Ministers In Nigeria Reiterates Commitment To Combat Climate Challenges

The Nigerian government has reiterated its commitment to scale up Climate Change adaptation, build community resilience and adaptation practices to mitigate and reduce climate change.

Nigeria’s Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Mrs. Sadiya Umar Farouq, stated this during a side event on “Scaling up Climate Change Adaptation in Nigeria” which was organised by the Ministry in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Environment at COP 27, taking place in Egypt.

The Minister also expressed the resolve of her ministry to mitigate the impact of Climate Change on vulnerable members of society through the scaling up of climate change adaptation.

She noted that the Ministry will work with the Nigerian adaptation plan which seeks to reduce the vulnerability of communities to the impact of Climate Change by building adaptive capacity and resilience.

She further stressed that the plan also advocates the integration of Climate Change adaptation into relevant new and existing policies programmes and activities as well as developing planning processes and strategies.

Comments :
    There are no comments yet. Why not be the first to comment?
Leave A Comment :

Subscribe to our newsletters

Sign up and receive the latest tips via email.

Theme Option