Climate AdvoKC

Nigeria is an economic giant which unfortunately many threats hover. Climate change and pollution have added to all the socio-economic challenges the country already faces. The negligence of the constituted authorities and the misinformation of the citizens on the dangers of climate change have forged our commitment to the climate cause. Because at AdvoKC, we are aware of the difficulties that await Nigeria and Africa if the authorities and citizens continue to ignore climate change and its harmful effects.

The Climate: A Victim of International Tension

October 4, 2022

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2023 Election: Why the next Nigerian Government must prioritize building resilience to extreme climate change

The spread of extreme climatic conditions is now a global plague. In Nigeria, the impact of climate change varies in different ecological regions of the country through the intensity of extreme temperatures, sea-level rise, drought, flooding, and food insecurity. Also, many villages, towns, and cities in Africa's most populous nation have recorded human casualties and displacements with many people living in makeshift camps due to rising conflicts.

September 17, 2022

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Extreme heat, extreme cold. The damage of climate change is already visible

The earth has been experiencing extremely high temperatures in the last few years. This is particularly true of Northern countries; nations that are otherwise not used to this type of climate.

September 15, 2022

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20 Climate Promises that Nigeria has pledged to keep in 2022

In a grandstand against the climate emergency, the Federal Government of Nigeria established a list of short and medium-term achievements reach to significantly reduce the consequences of global warming.

July 14, 2022

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IS CLIMATE CHANGE REVERSIBLE?

Since the increase in industrialization all over the planet, the climate has become a very serious subject. In Africa and Nigeria, oil exploitation has caused irreparable environmental damage. This has not improved with population growth. And more than having to worry about the climate, we must take into account the global degradation of the environment. In Lagos, user plastics are ubiquitous; in streets, ditches, parks, and even the ocean.

April 8, 2022

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WHY IS CLIMATE INACTION DANGEROUS?

It is no longer a secret that planet Earth is getting warmer, forests are shrinking and the desert is advancing. Everyone is now aware of these facts, or at least one of them. Climate inaction can therefore be summed up as ignoring these facts, and/or not acting on them.

February 24, 2022

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The Great Green Wall: Nigeria implementation Status

February 2, 2022

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Trillion tree movement around the world; our role as Citizens

Trees can play a significant role in addressing the climate crisis. Trees reduce temperatures, improve air quality, and act as natural flood barriers in urban areas. On average, a single tree captures 0.62 tonnes of CO2 over its lifetime.

January 26, 2022

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Port Harcourt Soot: An emergency waiting to happen

The Indian specter now hangs in the city of Port Harcourt, Rivers state. The region's mining and oil factories spray the city with black carbon smoke that falls directly onto populated areas, forcing residents to breathe air filled with microparticles that are toxic to the body.

January 9, 2022

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What Does the Future Hold as Nigeria Takes the Presidency of the Great Green Wall of Africa?

The management and sharing of natural resources (mineral raw materials, energy, water, and land) are always at the centre of several geopolitical and social conflicts. The abundance or depletion of these resources can contribute to any kind of conflict anywhere in the world.

January 6, 2022

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Twenty Billion Dollars For The Green Wall Of Africa

The climate issue has become an absolute emergency for the great nations of the world. The planet has been warming for decades and not enough attention is paid to its condition.

December 24, 2021

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COP26: WHAT ABOUT AFRICA?

On climate talks, the African voice is hardly listened to. The only decision-makers are the powerful countries, the main emitters of carbon dioxide. This may be found to be reasonable, in the sense that it is up to those responsible for making the necessary arrangements to protect the environment.

January 6, 2022

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