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CSO calls for urgent attention on ecosystem preservation, restoration




Civil Society Organisations within the environmental sector has raised alarm over the unfavourable influence of over-dependence on fossil gas extraction and industrial agriculture on the atmosphere.


The Environmental Rights Motion and Mates of the Earth in Nigeria, (ERA/FoEN) say there’s want now greater than ever to name consideration to the preservation of the ecosystem and its providers.

The Govt Director, (ERA/FoEN), Dr. Godwin Ojo at a press briefing mentioned there was have to declare an emergency within the environmental sector, increase consciousness on restoring nature and dwelling in concord with it.

“For many years, scientific proof reveals that the impacts and pressures of our productive actions associated to our addictive dependence on morning and fossil fuels extraction, in depth livestock farming, industrial agriculture, gigantically infrastructure, fisheries, forestry therefore these dangerous actions require a rollback”

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“There may be the necessity to embark on some radical and deep transformation in international manufacturing and consumption patterns. And it requires concerted actions at native, nationwide and worldwide ranges, with a concentrate on a practical system change in direction of a sustainable growth pathway earlier than it’s too late.

He mentioned restoring the ecosystem protects and improves the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of individuals and maintains the earth’s organic variety.

“More healthy ecosystems improve richer biodiversity, yielding better advantages comparable to extra fertile soils, larger yields of timber and fish.

“People rely on the wealthy biodiversity for meals, water, power, drugs, garments, constructing and development supplies and an enhanced capability to retailer greenhouse gases from the environment”

”The nation ought to urgently develop a nationwide 10-year ecosystem restoration roadmap, set targets and timelines in consonance with the United Nations plans, he advised.

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