Nigeria's energy landscape relies heavily on fossil fuels, contributing significantly to carbon emissions. Shifting to renewable energy sources like solar and wind, as advocated by the United Nations, can help combat climate change while providing a reliable energy supply.
These challenges are interconnected, and addressing them requires concerted efforts at the individual, community, and national levels. By learning from UN guidance and taking localized actions, such as promoting sustainable farming practices, preserving forests, and investing in renewable energy projects, Nigeria can play a significant role in the global fight against climate change. It's our collective responsibility to protect our planet for future generations.