Federal Government has reiterated its commitment to implement Climate Change actions, combat the issues of Climate Change and adapt to its the consequences and drastically reducing Global gas emissions that will position Nigeria towards the green pathway.
Minister of State, Ministry of Environment Sharon Ikeazor stated this at the inception workshop and official inauguration of the National Adaptation plan process, organised by the Ministry of Environment to mark the takeoff of the National Adaptation process in Nigeria, NAP in the country.
Sharon, who was represented by Director, Department of Climate change Iniebiong Awe, in his Keynote address noted that the National Action Plan process is expected to analyse Climate information and prioritise adaptation options, also build National capacity to monitoring, reviewing and reporting on the NAP processes.
She added that the expected outcome of Nigerians NAP process will also include effective adaptation governance and co-ordination for NAP processes in Nigeria and strength it’s process.
Also Speaking at the event, Member representing House Committee on Climate Change Shamsuddeen Dambazau, said the launch was timely and apt taking into cognisance the challenges that the impact of Climate change is causing in our Environment.