YEAC-NIGERIA TRAINS STUDENTS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY PRACTICES
Youths and Environmental Advocacy Centre (YEAC-Nigeria) in partnership with British Council under the EU-ACT program embarked on a two-day training for students of some selected schools in the LGA.
The Training is aimed at ensuring Climate Action now as a way of mitigating the effects of climate change as well as adapting to the best practices using appliances to explore business opportunities in the Energy Transition Economy. The training was held at Government Secondary school Kpor in Gokana LGA. It was an intensive session with students as the facilitator Mr. KEN WIBE took them on critical discussion emphatically on renewable energy practices and appliances reflecting on Climate Change as a reality facing the world that we are today.
Day Two of Training of students from selected secondary schools in Gokana LGA on Renewable energy practices, appliances and businesses at Government Secondary school Kpor. A project implemented by YEAC-NIGERIA with Support from British council under the EU-ACT programme in a climate Action consortium in Rivers State.