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July 24, 2024

Gov Kefas expresses readiness to mitigate impact of climate change in Taraba

The Governor of Taraba State, Dr Agbu Kefas, has reiterated the commitment of his administration to mitigate the impact of climate change across the state.

He also pledged to address pressing economic challenges as well as promote sustainable land use practices.

The governor stated these at the weekend at the Federal University Wukari while flagging off two million assorted economic tree planting campaigns.

The governor, represented by his deputy, Alhaji Abdullahi Aminu Alkali, said his administration

recognised the critical importance of trees to humanity and the environment at large.

He added that the event is a significant milestone in his administration’s commitment to environmental sustainability, conservation, and economic development.

He noted that the planting of the two million assorted economic trees represents collective determination in addressing economic challenges, promotes sustainable land use practices and reduces the impact of climate change in Taraba.

He further explained that the Green Taraba project is a testament to his administration’s commitment to safeguarding the natural heritage and ensuring healthier economic resilience.

Corroborating the governor, the Commissioner of Environment and Climate Change, Aishat Abdulazeez Barde, reiterated the readiness of the ministry in afforestation of the state to reduce the impacts of climate change.

Stating that the ministry is going to embark on vigorous tree-planting campaigns across the entire 16 local government councils of the state.

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