ACCAI-UNN recently trained lecturers and students on how to access E-Resources for their research works. Beneficiaries of the training were lecturers and students of Climate Change Economics, Policy and Innovation…
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA AFRICAN CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION INITIATIVE COMPENDIUM OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION LITERATURE MARCH 2015 PREAMBLE Trans-disciplinary postgraduate education and research in climate change economics, policy and innovation are…
Climate change will have serious and adverse consequences for many development sectors in Africa, and threatens the economies and livelihoods of many African countries.
World Bank Report Climate Change in Africa
No continent will be struck as severely by the impacts of climate change as Africa. Given its geographical position, the continent will be particularly vulnerable due to the considerably limited adaptive capacity, exacerbated by widespread poverty and the existing low levels of development.
IPCC Report Fact Sheet
By 2020, in some countries, yields from rain-fed agriculture could be reduced by up to 50%. Agricultural production, including access to food, in many African countries is projected to be severely compromised. This would further adversely affect food security and exacerbate malnutrition.