This document is titled Protecting Maternal, Newborn and Child Health from the Impacts of Climate Change.
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Over 110 million children are confronted with harsh realities of rising temperatures, it said in a statement.
The Minister of Solid Minerals Development, Dr. Oladele Alake, has reaffirmed that the decision of the Federal Government to diversify from hydrocarbons to making the minerals sector a major contributor to Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product is the country’s contribution to climate change.
Ambassador Bolaji Akinremi, Director, Economic, Trade and Investment, Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said this Tuesday in Abuja.
In line with global best practice, the pan-African Conglomerate, Dangote Group has deployed cutting-edge technology and other measures to mitigate emission of Green House Gas (GHG), and its impacts, in all its subsidiaries.
Participants in their various submissions opined that government and relevant stakeholders must take urgent steps toward addressing the challenges and dangers posed by the effect of climate change.
According to him, renewable energies will become much more efficient in the future with the application of AI.
He said this at the National Conference on Livestock Reforms and Mitigation of Associated Conflict hosted by the Kano State Government.
Akeredolu, represented by his Senior Special Assistant on Multilateral, Felix Alonge, expressed his support during the inauguration of the women-led arm of BACSAAN in Ondo State and its southwest zonal Coordinators.
This was the submission by Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, yesterday at a Public Lecture he delivered on “Africa and Climate Justice” at Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada on the last leg of his 3-day official working visit to the North American country.
In present times, there is the need for not only growth and development but the sustainability of our environment and the world in general. There is a massive need for leaders, government agencies, and other stakeholders in the waste management sector to rise to the problem that is subtly endangering our very existence because the earth (our Environment) is our only home and if destroyed by poor/unsustainable waste management policies and practices, there will be no home for us to live.
Kim made the call during a dialogue on building green, healthy and resilient future with forests at the 15th World Forestry Congress in Seoul, South Korea Monday.
Prof. Osinbajo said this in a Special Address delivered at the virtual edition of the 2022 World Economic Forum featuring leaders from across the world.
Diri attributed the development to the high degree of carbon emissions and environmental degradation from oil exploration.
The RIFAN National Deputy-President, Segun Atho, made the call during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Tuesday in Lagos.
In that regard, many people will resort to cutting down trees for fuel, thereby leading to increased emission, deforestation and less flora communities to absorb methane gases being released to the atmosphere occasioned by human activities. What a setback!
This was one of the major points emphasized by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, today when he received on a courtesy call, a delegation from the World Bank led by its Managing Director of Development Policy and Partnerships, Dr. Mari Pangestu, as well as its Country Director for Nigeria, Shubham Chaudhuri.
The accident occurred in a busy street in the capital Freetown.
Mankind has a duty to act on these dangers. But because of their seriousness we must not do so rashly. It is an inconvenient truth, but energy solutions proposed by those most eager to address the climate crisis are fuel for the instability of which they warn. No more clearly can this be seen than in Africa.
Food crisis occurs when people are unable to get access to or afford adequate food to satisfy their needs. Recently, there have been a lot of concerns over the looming danger of a food crisis in many nations, including Nigeria.