Nigeria needs data to address climate change impacts on agriculture – EnvAccord CEO 

The Chief Executive Officer of EnvAccord Limited, Mr. Ibrahim Salau, has said that stakeholders in Nigeria’s agricultural sector will need to collaborate on building data to tackle the impacts of climate change on the sector.  

Salau stated this on Saturday during the May edition of the Nairametrics Industry Outlook webinar. According to him, Nigeria’s inflation, which currently stands above 33%, is driven largely by food inflation, hence the need for food security. 

He noted that agriculture is one of the most vulnerable sectors to climate change as changing weather affects yields and food production.