The Environment Welcomes the new Minister of Environment; Mrs Lawrencia Laraba-Mallam

We most warmly wish you every success in the conduct of your high office.
FCT, Nigeria - March 6, 2014 - PRLog -- The entire staff, stakeholders, board of directors and partners of The Environment Communications Limited, publisher of The Environment Magazine, The Environment Newspaper, The Environment Online and Co-Organizer of The Africa Clean Energy Summit; Abuja 2014, welcomes Mrs Lawrencia Laraba-Mallam; the newly appointed Minister of Environment of the Federal Republic of Nigeria by His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan (GCFR), the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Your appointment comes in a time where your services and good decisions are needed most. We are in a season of environment negligence and abuse, we believe you will use your good office to form good policies that will help protect our environment and save the earth and future of our unborn children.

We are organizing an international summit; The African Clean Energy Summit; ACES 2014 which is positioned to be one of the world’s foremost annual climate solution events, dedicated to advancing renewable energy, smart cities, energy efficiency and clean technologies in Africa. We believe The Honourable Minister will be interested in the Project.

In a radically changing world and in the face of the problems we are confronting, including climate change and global warming, we are more convinced than ever that, together, we can make our voices heard in the clean energy world and can act effectively to mitigate the adverse effects and impacts of these menaces.

ACES 2014 is held Under the Distinguished Leadership of His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan (GCFR), the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria;  Championing Africa’s Inter-Governmental Roundtable on Clean Energy and Zero/Low Carbon Development. And the Patronage of HRH Alhaji (Dr) Shehu Idris (CFR); The Emir of Zazzau. Chairman, Africa Clean and sustainable Energy Royal Roundtable & The Royal Father, ACES 2014

The major Action Areas address both power generation, clean energy finance, Smart Cities and the principle sectors of energy consumption. They include but not limited to:

·        Clean Cities; Smart Cities;

·        Energy Poverty;

·        The Business of Clean Energy;

·        Clean, Efficient and Integrated Power Generation;

·        Distributed Electricity Solutions;

·        Grid/off-grid Infrastructure & Supply Efficiency;

·        Large Scale Renewable Power;

·        Energy Storage;

·        Zero Waste; Eco-Waste;

·        Expanding Energy capacity through cross border generation;

·        Facilitating energy expansion through Independent Power Producers (IPP);

·        Financing clean energy: A  new approach;

·        Industrial & Agricultural Processes;

·        Modern Cooking Appliances & Fuels;

·        Carbon management; Carbon Money

·        Transportation; and

·        Buildings & Appliances

·        And Many More...

We know that there is no simple answer to all the problems facing the Environment sector today, but we believe that clean and renewable energy are worthy of serious consideration.

You've come to the sector at a critical time and we're looking forward to working with you.

Olawale Akinwumi

Group Chairman; The Environment Communications Limited

Editor-In-Chief; The Environment Publications

The Environment Communications
Source:The Environment Publications
Tags:Mrs Lawrencia Laraba-Mallam, Minister of Environment, Clean Renewable Energy
Industry:Environment, Government
Location:FCT - Abuja - Nigeria
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