Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo says Nigeria will maintain its climate commitments.
He gave the assurance at a coming together with World Bank Managing Managing director, Evolution Policy and Partnerships, Mari Pangestu and Country Managing director, Shubham Chaudhuri.
The VP, also on Fri, interacted with officials of the International Monetary Fund on the International Monetary Fund Article IV bilateral consultations.
At both meetings, Osinbajo stated that Nigeria remains committed to helping to cut back global greenhouse emissions.
On fossil fuel resources, he said the country has issues including distribution and lineament of access to free energy as good as make clean free energy.
“The issues are access to free energy and education, renewable free energy and how to be able to displace chop-chop plenty in terms of putting renewable free energy in location.”
Osinbajo highlighted funding challenges in developing countries as they respond to climate alter, preparation for adaptation and implications of the Paris Understanding.
The understanding comprises a $100 billion per yr pledge by wealthier economies to aid developing economies respond to climate challenges.
The 2021 United Nations Climate Alter Conference (COP26) ended on Fri.
The Global Climate and Health Alliance, a coalition of wellness professionals, has urged governments to fulfil obligations to 1.5C bound for global heating.
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