Nigeria’s net-zero obligation faces gas financing dilemma


Issue 451 - 06 Dec 2021 - By Ajay Ubhi

Nigeria’s pledge of achieving net-zero by 2060, driven by the increased use of its gas resource and the assent of a new climate bill, is likely to require huge amounts of financing. But as developed nations turn their back on fossil fuels the plan could face a funding impasse.

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