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For weeks we have talked to you about the revision of the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), its objectives and the need for the public to be engaged with the NDCs.

The NDC is the document where Nigeria states the major actions it will take – both mitigation and adaptation – to address the threat of climate change. Nigeria is among the 190 countries that voluntarily submitted her NDC to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2015, is currently working on the revision of the initial proposal.

Now, we will like to hear from you, by taking part in the NDC Challenge

To participate, write a blog post of not more than 600 words on “Effects of Climate Change on my Environment, and how Nigeria’s NDCs can address it”.

Instructions

  1. You must follow and like our page
  2. Send your essay to funai@gmail.comor judenwasum@gmail.com
  3. Get your friends to follow our page and like your story when published on our page.
  4. You must send your essay on or before 6pm, Sunday 30th August 2020.

*Note: Selected essays that are of good quality will be posted on our Facebook page and published on our blog. Out of the selected essays three prizes will be awarded. The selected essays as well as the award winning essays will be determined by our team of experts. In choosing the winning essays, the number of likes, comments and shares will be considered. However, the winning essays will be based ultimately on the overall quality as determined by the Director.

*Rewards

First prize: – 10,000.

Second prize: 7,000

Third prize: 5,000.

The winning essays will also be published on EnviroNews.

The selected essays will be published on September 7 and the winning essays will be announced on September 18.

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