Share with friends: Tweet Share Share Print Assets conflict_green_-_deal_nigeria_study.pdf Tags Conflict Farming Food Security Climate Change Sustainable Cities Resources Hydro Energy Resource Politics Renewable Energy This post is from the category: Sustainable Development. This post is licensed under: CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 . Share with friends: Tweet Share Share Print Related Contents Imagine..Conflict ..a country where conflict has reduced because oil is no longer the main source of wealth- for- a- few, but where young people can access economic growth in different sectors such as renewable energy, agriculture, manufacturing and transport. Marrying a farmer is fashionable as it provides security for a small family. A woman in the desert Increasing areas of northern Nigeria are turning into desert. With increasing climate change, these areas are facing heat above 45 degrees Celsius, soil degradation and shifting sand dunes. Hajia Waziri Toshua from Yobe State had to move her house twice to escape the sand dunes. Her father was not lucky: he died as the sand dunes encapsulated his house. Hear Hajiya talk about life in the desert. Watch Video Green Deal Nigeria – The Project Green Deal Nigeria is an initiative aimed at creating a debate on greener development options for Nigeria. Whether young, jobless, banker, market woman or politician- Green Deal Nigeria wants all of these to debate where Nigeria should go in terms of economic growth and social justice. After the Occupy movement, how can Nigerian citizens influence politics and development in a country with high levels of corruption and low levels of policy implementation? Imagine… clean energy for all Nigerians 159 words to inspire you to think beyond oil… How would Nigeria look like once it has decided to go green on energy?