With a base at the lively country pavilion, members of the Nigerian delegation have been quite active at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP24) in Katowice, Poland.
They comprise civil society players, negotiators, business officials, government functionaries and media practitioners.
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Dr Onoja Joseph of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) making a presentation at the Nigeria Pavilion on Wednesday, December 12
A panel discussion session during a side event organised by the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs featuring, among others, Dr Samuel Adejuwon and Senator Foster Ogola
Formal presentation of the “Niger Delta Region Climate Change Programme and Action Plan (NDRCCP-AP) at COP24 on Wednesday, December 12
A panel discussion segment during a side event organised by the Nigeria REDD+ Programme
Participants at the close of the Nigeria REDD+ Programme side event
Dr Peter Tarfa as a panelist during a panel session on “UK-Nigeria Climate Finance Accelerator” on Tuesday, December 11
Huzi Mshelia making a presentation during a session organised by the African Development Bank (AfDB)