The Climate and Ecological Protection Initiative (CEPI) in partnership with the Lagos State Government, through the Ministry of Environment and the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA); is set to hold its inaugural stakeholders’ meeting at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Ozumba Mbadiwe, Victoria Island, Lagos on Tuesday, December 4, at 11:00 am.
The meeting is an attempt to bring the private and public sectors together, to discuss on the importance of having a robust Greenhouse Gas Inventory database.
CEPI’s Technical Partners from Chris Mee Group, London; Fergal Mee, the Environmental Director and Brian Murnane, the Group Business Development Manager, shall both unveil the grand plan for the project aimed at ascertaining the carbon footprint of Lagos State, as baseline measure to drive the relevant Policy Positions.
“The time is NOW to actively join forces with the global community, in the proactive reduction of carbon emission. Effective planning for climate action begins with developing a robust GHG inventory database; because what is not measured cannot be managed.”
Climate and Ecological Protection Initiative (CEPI) is a team of very passionate professionals, who aspire to make Nigeria a frontier on the global carbon emission reduction movement. They are convinced that in seeking transitioning to sustainability, of which the active reduction of Greenhouse gas emission is a part; a shift in the behavioural disposition of how we use our environment and the full involvement of government to create and enforce relevant policies, are part of the requirements to achieve effective and lasting results.