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Images: When stakeholders validated Nigeria’s long-term low emission development strategy documents

The Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Council on Climate Change (NCCC) with support from 2050 Pathway Platform has developed Nigeria’s Long-Term Low Emissions Development Strategy (LT-LEDS).

The final draft of the LT-LEDS, prepared and submitted by a local Consortium, was tabled for endorsement at a stakeholders’ validation workshop held in Abuja on Tuesday, November 14, 2023.

The aim is to elevate and promote national leadership on tackling climate crisis through a synergistic effort anchored on a long-term future with low carbon growth and resilience building on the 2050 Agenda.

Dr. Eugene Itua, as the National Coordinator and Lead Consultant in the development of LT-LEDS,  provided itsoverview and processes, while Prof. Chuks Okereke, who lead the mitigation Modeling under the DDP project, presented a paper on Nigeria’s emission profile and its mitigation pathway, showing how industry frameworks and smart technologies can help create new sustainable sectors and accelerate a just transition.

LT-LEDS Validation Workshop
D. Eugene Itua presenting the Overview of the Nigeria LT-LEDS during the validation workshop
Huzi Mshelia
Huzi Mshelia, NDCP Partnership Coordinator at the validation workshop
Eugene Itua
Dr. Eugene Itua presenting the Overview of the Nigeria LT-LEDS during the validation workshop
LT-LEDS
NCCC DG (Dr. Salisu Dahiru) and others at the LT-LEDS validation workshop
Prof. Olukayode Oladipo
Prof. Olukayode Oladipo of the University of Lagos, Akoka, making a presentation

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