Commandant, National Institute of Security Studies, owned by the Department of State Services, DSS, Ayodele Adeleke, yesterday described the effects of climate change on human lives as enormous.
He spoke in Abuja during a seminar organised for the participants of the Executive Intelligence Management Course (EIMC) 15.
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He also listed loss of farmlands, desert encroachment, drought and migration as parts of the effects of climate change on human lives.
“What are the conflicts associated with climate challenge and how have they been or can be resolved? What further impact is the Russia and Ukraine war having on the theme?”, he asked.