The Nigeria government committed to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2060 during the UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26) which took place in Glasgow, Scotland in 2021. This report outlines 11 measures covering multiple sectors: Power, Agriculture and Forestry, Waste, Oil and Gas, Industry and Housing, Transport and Water; and actions to be taken in the next 5 years to put Nigeria on the path to achieving net zero. The report indicated that these measures could result in socio-economic benefits, emission reduction, and gradual shift towards a more circular economy.
Nigeria’s Top 10 Net Zero and Economic Development Measures
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