Bringing prosperity to Nigeria's poor through energy and climate change ideas and action


  • 93,000 Nigerians die yearly from firewood smoke, says statistics – The Guardian

    93,000 Nigerians die yearly from firewood smoke, says statistics – The Guardian

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  • A commitment to low carbon industrialisation

    A commitment to low carbon industrialisation

    On March 17, 2011 senior policy makers and industry leaders met in Abuja to deliberate on pathways towards a low carbon industrial growth for Nigeria. The workshop sought to identify low carbon development opportunities in key industries and identify barriers to increased investments in low carbon technologies. Participants identified lack of access to natural gas

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  • A funeral for the Kyoto Protocol?

    I met Vijay Iyer yesterday. Vijay is the World Bank’s Director of Energy and Sustainable Development. He told Honourable Eziuche Ubani and me a funny story. Ubani had asked him what his assessment of the negotiations was. “Are we making progress?” he asked. Vijay smiled. He asked if we had noticed how everybody is so

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  • Afforestation: Yar’adua varsity, EU raise 4m tree seedlings in five years

    The Umaru Musa Yar’adua University (UMYU), Katsina in collaboration with the European Union (EU) said on Thursday, May 16, 2019, it planted over four million tree seedlings from 2014 till date. The project administrative secretary, Mr. Abubakar Tanimu, disclosed this during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Katsina, the Katsina State

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  • Australia Empowers IDPs in Adamawa

    Australia Empowers IDPs in Adamawa

      The Australian High Commission in partnership with the International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development has provided institutional clean cookstoves to Internally Displaced Persons in Malkohi and Fufore camps in Adamawa State. This is the second time in 2 years the High Commission is providing the much-needed support in expanding access to safe fuels

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  • Australia supports clean cookstoves production for IDPs – Press Release

    Australia supports clean cookstoves production for IDPs – Press Release

      [Recently] The Australian High Commission through the Direct Aid Program is providing clean cookstoves to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the Malkohi camp in Yola, Adamawa State. This project is being implemented by the International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development (ICEED). Rather than giving clean cookstoves hand-outs to IDPs, the High Commission is

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International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development provides ideas that link energy and climate change policy reforms to prosperity for Nigeria’s poor.

Our strength lies in our partnerships. ICEED works with progressive Nigerian and international research centres, government agencies, specialists and entrepreneurs. We build multi-stakeholder platforms to respond to energy and climate challenges that affect the poor.