What are green bonds and how can young people engage effectively and meaningfully. Catch the session live on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiNOvCWFnFM
. This friday join our first session on transition from COP 26 to SB54 featuring youth engagement in loss and damage finance and implementation. Come engagae with our key experts and let them answer all your questions on loss and damage.Find the youtube link at https://lnkd.in/enzTRN4Q #engagement #finance #Fridays4Finance
. “You hang your clothes and before you know it, they become black. You step on your floor, everywhere is black,” Belema Grace, a resident and environmentalist. There is need for us to regularly monitor the quality of air in Port Harcourt and Burning tyres for scrap copper and illegal oil refineries have both been blamed for the residue. I will suggest to stop the source, also artisanal refineries contributes a lot to the problem……..read more on our community stories…
…………..Suddenly the conflict between farmers and cattlemen became rampant sincecattle headers feed their livestock in farmers land and both fight forriver water which now became scare to share for both Farmer and livestock ,due to conflict people lost their lives and also cattle died and rise ofintense hostility between Farmer and cattlemen. Read more on Community stories
In my time as a young person I found myself in the county of tana river where I was intrigued by how warm and welcoming the community was. What fascinated me was how the community had a jelled and blended experience of the colonial times and environmental effects some manifested in terms of climate change effects. It was not until I had an encounter with this community that I had a different outlook of climate change affairs different from the ones I had had at policy level engagement at COPs and other available platforms. I quickly recollected the words of one of my associates “Climate Change will not be solved at COPS”.