Climate Change Act And Just Energy Transition In Nigeria

By Kelvin Alohan

The provisions of the Climate Change Act and Nigeria’s just energy transition plans was the subject of discussion at the 6th edition of the Just Energy Transition (JET) half hour, which airs weekly on Royal 95.5FM, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

The Head of Climate Change Department, Ministry of Environment, Bayelsa State, Ere Wakedei Davidson, PhD, who spoke on the topic, The Climate Change Act and Just Energy Transition in Nigeria, gave insights into the Ministry’s activities particularly, as it relates to the provisions of the Climate Change Act 2021.

Davidson explained in details how the Climate Change Act can facilitate the process towards just energy transitioning in Nigeria as well as what community members and other stakeholders can do to mitigate climate change, while contributing to just transition in Bayelsa State.

The weekly radio program is part of the project titled; From Exclusion to Inclusion in National Just Transition Plans, being implemented by the Youths and Environmental Advocacy Centre (YEAC) in partnership with Spaces for Change and support from Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP).

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