FOR LOW CARBON FUELS ANEEJ PARLEYS FED MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT

At a meeting on Low Carbon Growth for Nigeria which ANEEJ participated in Abuja today, key stakeholders from the business sector and Civil Society discussed issues bordering the reduction of carbon emissions to mitigate the spectre of Climate Change. 

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Honourable Minister of Environment Ibrahim Usman Jubril with stakeholders and CSOs.

In September 15, 2016  ANEEJ held a world press conference on the importation of dirty fuel followed by a press release calling on the Nigerian government to work in concert with the sub-region for an end to high sulphur content fuels from Europe.

http://www.aneej.org/world-press-conference-africa-network-environment-economic-justice-aneej-launch-stop-dirty-fuel-campaign-collaboration-public-eye-switzerland/

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The Rev David Ugolor presenting a report on Dirty Fuels to the Honorable Minister of Environment in preparation for a national campaign to stop dirty fuel importation and the implementation of new fuel standard just released by the Standard Organization of Nigeria(SON).@the Low Carbon Growth in Nigeria Stakeholders Consultation in Abuja.

 

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