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In the News

11 November 2011 --(EMW)
Centre for Climate Change holds First Ladies Forum featuring world leaders during UNFCCC COP17 Conference
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31 January 2011 -- (MSNBC)
Nigeria-Based Center for Climate Change Makes Plans to Open Office in the U.S. in Efforts to Launch Environmental Studies for UNFCCC (See full article)

8 October 2010 -- (Abribiz)
Nigeria and ECCO2 Join to Stimulate Economy and Reduce Greenhouse Gases (See full article)


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Professor Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Dr. Aminu Zakari, Director of The Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies and Mr. Allen Jefferson of the European Union (EU) during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Dr. Aminu Zakari during a Planery Session at the UN Climate Change Summit (COP 15) in Copenhagen , Denmark.

Dr. Aminu Zakari being interviewed by the UN Press Crew after a presentation on Adaptation and Mitigation, Vulnerability and Impact of Climate Change to Developing Countries.

Paper Presentation by Dr. Aminu Zakari at a side event organised by the Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies during the UN Summit.

Nigeria Official Government Delegation to the COP 15

Dr. Aminu Zakari representing Nigeria at a Planery Session during the Adaptation and Mitigation Scientific expert section.

Advocacy Campaign by the Civil Societies urging the (Annex 1 countries) Developed countries not to kill the Kyoto protocol.