Join us in Lagos as we echo from various perspectives, the emerging conversation to consider both financial returns and social/environmental good in the chase for value creation.
According to the “Nigeria: Fifth National Biodiversity Report”, more than 65 percent of Nigerians live off nature and its goods through farming, fisheries, logging and manufacturing. The report also says that 70-80 percent of Nigeria’s original forests have disappeared through logging, agriculture, city expansion, expansion of roads and building of industry. This has impacted adversely on plants and animals and humans. With the expected consequences of climate change, these loses are expected to increase.
At PanAfrican Capital, we believe the subject of climate change should be on the front burner and therefore, the Forum will bring together Though Leaders, Senior Government Officers, Policy Decision Makers and Investors to shed light on the extent to which the environment has been degraded and proffer alternative approaches through deliberate allocation of financial resources.