Climate Sustainable Development Network Trains Participants on Climate Justice In Cross River

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By Able Winnard

Climate Sustainable Development Network, a non-profit organization has trained some climate defenders on climate justice in the State.

Organized by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) to enlighten Cross Riverians on agricultural adaptation, green economy and also to seek climate justice on how to maintain and sustain the grassroots movement for action.

The workshop had the theme ‘Sustaining Grassroot Movement For Climate Action’.

The training gave room for presentations and recommendations by various resource persons as participants were given the opportunity to ask pertinent questions about climate change.

Prof. Elizabeth Andrew Essien of the Department of Environment Resources intimate participant in biodiversity as the total variety of life on earth which includes all genes, species, systems, and the ecological processes of which they are a part.

The Coordinator and the host of the workshop Ugah Godwin Unimke lauded all for availing themselves of the training.

He said all hands must be on deck in the fight to protect the environment and fight climate change which increases daily.

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