Columbia CGEP – Climate Action in Nigeria: Risks, Urgencies, and Opportunities

While international organizations and global financial institutions debate the future of investment in fossil fuels on the African continent, African nations continue to suffer the worst impacts of climate change. The October 2022 devastating floods in Nigeria were the worst in half a century and displaced more than one million people while causing massive damage to agricultural production and industrial activity. Intensifying discussions over Nigeria’s role in adaptation to and mitigation of climatic changes underline the importance of exploring different perspectives–across sectors and different parts of Nigerian society–on what kind of climate action the country should prioritize.

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs for this panel discussion.


Feb 15 2023


12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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Columbia SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy
Columbia SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy

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