Share with friends: Tweet Share Share Print Tags Sustainable Development Sustainable Cities Climate Change Bio Fuel Green Economy Renewable Energy Pollution Global Warming 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 Conflict in Nigeria What happens if Nigeria continues with business-as-usual, allowing resource scarcities and uneven distribution of income from natural resources to foster conflict and strife? A troubling picture emerges where extreme drought and excessive rains force millions of people to migrate, looking for food, shelter and employment. Green Deal Nigeria author Huzi Mshelia looks at the conflict implications of climate change. Read More - Conflict, Green Deal Nigeria study By Huzi Ishaku Mshelia Green Economy "We need human rights-based, social development without depleting limited resources" Barbara Unmüßig, president of the Heinrich Böll Foundation argues that because of the limited nature of our planet and the ecological challenges facing us, the fundamentals of our economy have to be reconsidered. In that respect, she thinks, the existing blueprints for a green economy do not go far enough. 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? 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.