Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Who Will Pay for Us?

Caleb Adebayo is back to pen our Expert Box, this time looking at how African countries can work together to procure adaptation funding and...

Climate Change Posing Huge Health Costs for Africa

In our latest Expert Box, Nigerian climate lawyer Caleb Adebayo, asks how Africa can raise financing to address climate change and avoid huge health...

‘Nigeria Has a Newly Discovered Love for Renewable Energy,’ Says Amusa Temitope Victor

In our latest expert box, environmentalist and entrepreneur Amusa Temitope Victor says Africa’s most populous country has lost N2.6 trillion to flash flooding with...

Africa Faces Heavy Financing Challenges, Says Activist Olumide Idowu

In this month's Expert Box, the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change´s communications officer, Olumide Idowu, extols his country's politicians to take climate finance...

Knowing Your Strategy

Adopting a climate finance strategy is crucial to helping developing countries ensure they receive enough funding to cope with their unique global warming challenges,...

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