The Climate Clock is a timely demonstration of how quickly the planet is approaching 1.5°C of global warming, given current emissions trends. It also shows the amount of CO2 already emitted, and the global warming to date. The clock is updated real time to reflect the latest global CO2 emissions trend and rate of climate warming. It symbolises a call to action for us to #ACTNOW and #ActInTIME.

Climate Clock Nigeria seeks to support the visions and objectives of the Climate clock World by leading advocacy for climate change in Nigeria. According to the Nigerian Country Director for Projects & Partnerships Mr Chuks Anyaduba, Climate Clock Nigeria strives to remind everyone that we must #ActInTime to avert the worst climate disaster the world may ever witness.

The theme for this year’s CSW 66 is Climate Change; Environmental Disaster Risk Reduction, Gender equality at the centre of solutions.

In line with this, Climate Clock Nigeria is hosting a virtual panel discussion with climate change and SDG advocates.

The purpose of this discussion is to bring together SDG savvy stakeholders to lead conversations that will promote policy advocacy for Climate Change and environmental risk disaster reduction.

Date: 15th March at 4pm WAT

Register for the Webinar via this link 

The panelists include: 

-Chuks Anyaduba – Director, Projects & Partnerships, Climate Clock Nigeria - Moderator.

-Sonia Bature – Fmr. S.A to Governor of Kaduna State on Environment.

-Raquel Daniel – Founder, Beyond the Classroom Foundation/Climate Reality


-Mariam Jobe – Founder Africa Sickle Cell Support Foundation

-Olumide Idowu – Executive Director, African Youth Initiative of Climate Change

Follow on Instagram for more info @climateclock.nigeria



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