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Energy security and responses to climate change in Nigeria

Olawale, Oladimeji A; Owolabi, Hakeem A; Oyedele, Lukumon; Owolabi, Abimbola; Akinade, Olugbenga


Mr Oladimeji Olawale
Research Associate - Project Reputation using Digital Technologies

Hakeem Owolabi
Associate Professor - Project Analytics and Digital Enterprise

Lukumon Oyedele
Professor in Enterprise & Project Management

Abimbola Owolabi

Olugbenga Akinade
Associate Professor - AR/VR Development with Artificial Intelligence


This study examined energy security and the impact of climate change in Nigeria including the diverse policy and institutional strategies so far adopted by Nigerian government to mitigate its impact on the populace and environs. Using a content-driven analytical approach, this study employed in-depth exploration and analysis of secondary data for deriving understanding and meanings. In addressing the challenges facing the tackling of climate change and energy security in Nigeria, the study identified public sector inefficiency, corruption, inconsistency in government policy at state and national levels, lack of national priority and terrorism as some of the factors militating against sustainable development in Nigeria's energy sector. As such, despite recent efforts, Nigerian government continues to face daunting challenges regarding meeting the core objectives of the global climate change agenda.

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (unpublished)
Conference Name Environmental Design and Management International Conference
Start Date May 22, 2017
End Date May 24, 2017
Acceptance Date May 8, 2017
Publication Date Jun 14, 2017
Deposit Date Jun 4, 2018
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Pages 885-893
Keywords energy security, climate change, Nigeria, policy strategy, sustainable development
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Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : Environmental Design and Management International Conference
Contract Date Jun 4, 2018