We will secure a health Africa by providing solutions to Africa’s climate problems
through research and concrete dialogue on climate issues with the rest of the
continents across the globe. In collaboration with in-country and international
partners, we will:
Promote research and development in order to mitigate the impact of
man-made causes of climate change.
Approach climate change problems from the grassroots.
Engage Africa’s urban and rural communities, primary schools pupils and
school students in shelter belt/ woodlot tree planting campaign
Identify the sources of carbon emission due to human and animal action
that is detrimental to Africa’s ecosystem.
Make Africa a green continent by the year 2050 where carbon emission
will be reduced to zero.
Observe and proffer virile solutions over African households’ burning
habits that cause carbon discharge into the atmosphere.
Arrest gas flaring by industries that is inimical to Africa’s weather
Collaborate with regional and international communities/organizations in
order to give relief to disaster victims in Africa and to curtail the terrible
rate of green house effect on our lives for sustainable development.
Organize and hold conferences, seminars and workshops in relation to
climate change issues.
Provide grants on lower and advanced researches on climate change
Advocate to policy makers for a conducive legal environment that can halt
the emission of green house gases.
ACCREC 3Gs tree planting project in Jigawa state’s primary and secondary schools”. Date: 26-27 September 2018
UN COP 2017
UN COP 23 AFRICAN CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH CENTRES SIDE EVENT PARTNERSHIP WITH ENERGIES 2050 (FRANCE) JIRCAS (JAPAN) AND ELISKA FOUNDATION GHANA
VIDEO 1 ACCREC Regional Director, Dr. Usman Ali Busuguma explaining how Jatropa seedlings and seeds are raised and prepared for planting by IDPs in Maiduguri.
VIDEO 2 ACCREC Regional Director, Dr. Usman Ali Busuguma explaining how Jatropa seedlings and seeds are raised and prepared for planting by IDPs in Maiduguri.
VIDEO 3 ACCREC Regional Director, Dr. Usman Ali Busuguma explaining how Jatropa seedlings and seeds are raised and prepared for planting by IDPs in Maiduguri.
Ten Clear Indicators Our Climate Is Changing
How do we know our climate is changing permanently, rather than just going through a normal period of flux? Let’s look at 10 major changes scientists have seen in our climate system to help set the record straight.
Causes of climate change
Humans are increasingly influencing the climate and the earth’s temperature by burning fossil fuels, cutting down rainforests and farming livestock. This adds enormous amounts of greenhouse gases to those naturally occurring in the atmosphere, increasing the greenhouse effect and global warming. Greenhouse gases
Some gases in the Earth’s atmosphere act a bit like the glass in a greenhouse, trapping the sun’s heat and stopping it from leaking back into space. Many of these gases occur naturally, but human activity is increasing the concentrations of some of them in the atmosphere, in particular:
interview with Yasmin Berkenbrink of University of Bonn and Nura.
interview with Yasmin Berkenbrink of University of Bonn on climate migration and the role of Paris Agreement. 20/09/2017. 11am Nigerian time. With Nura Jibo Happy listening.
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Jigawa State Nigeria.
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