CAA Reaffirms Commitment to Climate Innovation for Sustainable Future

March 2, 2024
CAA Climate Innovation for Sustainable Future

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

A leading social enterprise focused on environmental sustainability, Climate Action Africa (CAA), has reaffirmed its commitment to being at the forefront of driving climate innovation for a sustainable future.

The organization, which is a key participant at the four-day Omniverse Summit 2024 in Lagos, emphasised the need to integrate environmental sustainability models, technology, and community-driven innovation to address climate change challenges.

It promised to foster an inclusive climate action ecosystem through innovation, which it said can be used to identify and scale solutions to address the imminent climate crisis in Nigeria and Africa as a whole,

The Chief Operating Officer of CAA, Ms Alice Eze, said, “Our participation at The Omniverse Summit 2024 reflects our conviction that fostering innovation is crucial in discovering and amplifying solutions to address the imminent climate crisis, not only in Africa but also globally.”

The group’s participation in the programme includes thought-provoking discussions on offering climate-resilient solutions, engaging exhibitions, active involvement in deal room discussions, and cultivating strategic partnerships towards the upcoming Climate Action Africa Forum 2024, among others.

The organisation has expressed its determination to engage critical stakeholders and advocate a multi-stakeholder approach to addressing climate change challenges.

CAA’s presence at the Omniverse Summit 2024 reflects its commitment to this collaborative approach, which is essential for knowledge exchange and shared solutions to navigate the complex climate challenges facing the African continent and its communities.

Co-founded by Innovation Support Network (ISN Hubs) with support from GIZ/Digital Transformation Center Nigeria (GIZ/DTC Nigeria), Omniverse serves as a meeting point for diverse stakeholders across sectors, including development partners, public entities, regulatory agencies, academia, startups, finance professionals, media, and the creative industries.

Modupe Gbadeyanka

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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