NIGERIA YOUTH CLIMATE COALITION
The impacts of climate change can be vast. In Nigeria, this means that some stable ecosystems such as the Sahel Savanna may become vulnerable because warming will reinforce existing patterns of water scarcity and increasing the risk of drought in Nigeria and indeed most countries in West Africa. As well, the country’s aquatic ecosystems, wetlands and other habitats will create overwhelming problems for an already impoverished populace. The future millions of young Nigerian at risk.
Nigerian Youth Climate Coalitions (NYCC) will be hosting “Tweet-meet”, a twitter conversations every WEDNESDAY in the week. The weekly Tweet meets conversations will focus on environmental issues in Nigeria. During this tweet meet, we will be talking about the issues of biodiversity, weather, agriculture, climate change and the Post2015 Development Agenda and the impacts these has on young Nigerians.
We also invite you and several organizations on Twitter, passionate about environmental issues to participate using the hash tag #ClimateWednesday.
The Maiden edition is 3rd April 2013
How to Participate
Follow @NigYCC on Twitter
From 5. 00pm to 7:pm (NGR time) , tweet questions, photos or responses to statements and questions with the hash tag #ClimateWenesday. The Conversations can be followed via #ClimateWenesday on Twitter.