Nigeria, OPEC, others kick against plans to end fossil fuels investment
Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)
World’s 60 largest banks spent $3.8 trillion on fossil fuels since Paris agreement
The 12th edition of the most comprehensive report on fossil fuel bank financing documents present an alarming disconnect between the global scientific consensus on climate change...
Osinbajo canvasses phased transition from fossil fuels
The Federal Government has canvassed gradual adoption and implementation of the transitioning scheme for fossil fuels, especially for Africa’s developing economies with huge energy access gaps.
‘Fossil fuels, renewable energy will continue to play complementary roles’
Countries must creatively complement the use of fossil fuels and renewable energy in the interim pending when renewable energy can stand alone as major source of energy globally.
‘Nigeria should transit quickly from fossil fuels to renewable energy’
The Executive Director of Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN), Dr. Godwin Uyi Ojo, who was at the CoP23 conference in Bonn, Germany, in this interview with EDU ABADE in Benin City, expressed worries that the rich countries have neglected climate change impacts on poor countries before 2020 and only discussing The Paris…
Scientists near end to reliance on fossil fuels
More bad news for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) and other crude oil products as the quest to end the world’s reliance on fossil fuels advances: A fusion power firm has raised $500 million (£405 million) to develop commercial fusion power.
Scientists, Laureates want Nobel Prize to divest from fossil fuels
Ahead of the Nobel Prize 2016 ceremonies today, prize winners and scientists have urged the Nobel Foundation to divest its $420 million endowment from fossil fuels.