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  Charity Migwi Africa Regional Activist 350 Org an international environmental activist has called for the immediate cleanup and remediation of all oil spills in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria Migwi told the Nigerian News Agency on Thursday in Sharm el Sheikh Egypt on the sidelines of the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 that cleanup is key to just transition of fossil fuels He lamented the increase in oil pollution and gas flaring in the Niger Delta and called on the federal government to switch its energy mix to renewables According to their issues greenhouse gas GHG emissions from oil and other sectors were responsible for mounting climate shocks such as the devastating floods in Nigeria The climate change crisis that we are witnessing especially in Africa is due to gas emissions This is why we oppose fossil fuel projects in Africa and it is not only the fossil fuel companies but also the official institutions that support them So we want to encourage the local communities of the Niger Delta to stand up for their rights and protect their land protect the water resources so that they can live on a healthier and cleaner planet Fossil fuel is not the answer to meet people s energy needs it is not the answer for development or economic growth in Nigeria there should be a fair shift to renewable energy because it is cleaner sustainable and even cheaper said The environmental activist called for everyone to come together to mitigate the effects of climate change and find greener solutions to Nigeria s energy needs 350 Org is an international environmental organization addressing the climate crisis with the goal of ending the use of fossil fuels and transitioning to renewable energy a global grassroots movement The organization is among several other civil society organizations CSOs at COP 27 lending their voice to address climate change crises reports that COP 27 which began on November 6 with world leaders and representatives from 198 countries and more than 30 000 delegates will end on November 18 www news ng edited Source Credit NAN
Activist tasks oil coys on Niger Delta clean up

Africa Regional Activist

Charity Migwi, Africa Regional Activist, 350. Org, an international environmental activist has called for the immediate cleanup and remediation of all oil spills in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.

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Nigerian News Agency

Migwi told the Nigerian News Agency on Thursday in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, on the sidelines of the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), that cleanup is key to just transition. of fossil fuels.

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Niger Delta

He lamented the increase in oil pollution and gas flaring in the Niger Delta, and called on the federal government to switch its energy mix to renewables.

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According to their issues, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from oil and other sectors were responsible for mounting climate shocks, such as the devastating floods in Nigeria.

“The climate change crisis that we are witnessing, especially in Africa, is due to gas emissions.

“This is why we oppose fossil fuel projects in Africa, and it is not only the fossil fuel companies but also the official institutions that support them.

Niger Delta

“So we want to encourage the local communities of the Niger Delta to stand up for their rights and protect their land, protect the water resources, so that they can live on a healthier and cleaner planet.

“Fossil fuel is not the answer to meet people’s energy needs, it is not the answer for development or economic growth in Nigeria, there should be a fair shift to renewable energy because it is cleaner, sustainable and even cheaper “, said.

The environmental activist called for everyone to come together to mitigate the effects of climate change and find greener solutions to Nigeria’s energy needs.

350. Org is an international environmental organization addressing the climate crisis, with the goal of ending the use of fossil fuels and transitioning to renewable energy, a global grassroots movement.

The organization is among several other civil society organizations (CSOs) at COP 27 lending their voice to address climate change crises.

reports that COP 27, which began on November 6 with world leaders and representatives from 198 countries and more than 30,000 delegates, will end on November 18. (www.news..ng)

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