Tuesday 17th September 2019
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Our stand on COP 21, by Erimma Orie

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It is interesting how time flies and, very soon, it shall be time for COP 21 in Paris, France; six months since COP 20 in Lima, Peru and two weeks since the Bonn meeting in Germany. In the interim the clock ticks, the climate keeps changing, the impact is not abating and our vulnerability keeps increasing. With the international deliberations ...

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Making Nigeria climate resilient (7): How is nation responding to the challenge?

PROF. EMMANUEL OLADIPO

The Government of Nigeria regards the challenge of climate change as inimical to its national sustainable development that must be squarely addressed. Thus, various national efforts have been put in place at all levels of governance to promote climate resilient environmental sustainability in the context of national development. However, Nigeria is yet to have a focused approach to developing and ...

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Making Nigeria climate resilient (5): How vulnerable is she?

PROF. EMMANUEL OLADIPO

Vulnerability is “the extent to which a natural or social system is susceptible to sustaining damage from climate change, and is a function of the magnitude of climate change, the sensitivity of the systems to changes in climate and the ability of the systems to adapt to changes in climate” (IPCC, 2001). Others have extended this idea by relating the ...

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