NYCC

Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition (NYCC)  was created in June 2009 having been inspired by our peers in Canada (Canadian Youth Climate Coalition) and UK (UKYCC) .

Nigeria Youth Climate Coalition (NYCC) is a network of young people that provides a robust platform where youth led organizations working on Climate Change and other sustainable environmental issues interact and learn from each other, thereby giving a united voice and coordinating young people’s response to climate Change issues, as it affects the socio-economic growth and development of Nigeria, nay Africa and the world at large.

NYCC hopes to bring together (across states) youth led organizations with common interest to contribute to sustainable national development. The organization also makes for meaningful youth engagement in local and national climate policies in Nigeria, while inspiring and stimulating the growth of the culture of professionalism among young people working for sustainable environmental balance.

Together we are developing a clear and shared vision for the future of young people in Nigeria, so that we can save succeeding generations from the impacts of climate change. We work together to shape  our future on Climate Change, attract other partners and prepare the ground for mutual partnership between young people and policy makers and other stakeholders.

The organization also makes for meaningful youth engagement in local and national climate policies in Nigeria, while inspiring and stimulating the growth of the culture of professionalism among young people working for sustainable environmental balance.

Contact us at 

CSO House,No. 4 Jaba close, Area 11 Abuja

Email: nigycc@gmail.com

Phone: +234 8068184017

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by BERTRAND CHIJIOKE URAMA on August 9, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Well , many thanks to our coordinators , in the persons of Esther , Taiwo and many others , I thank every members for their commitment in the work , ‘global warming is global warning. let us join hands to let our environment be friendly.

    THANKS.

    Reply

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