2 edition of Renewable natural resources, sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Renewable natural resources, sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction in Nigeria
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-46).
|Statement||Eric C. Eboh ... [et al.].|
|Series||AIAE research paper -- 1|
|Contributions||Eboh, Eric C.|
|LC Classifications||HC1055.Z65 R46 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2009286441|
Use of renewable natural resources, combined with efficient supply and use of fossil fuels with cleaner technologies, can help reduce the environmental effects of energy use and help Nigeria replacing the existing, inefficient fossil fuel technologies that pollute the environment. Electrical energy is stored during times when production especially from intermittent sources such as wind powertidal powersolar power exceeds consumption, and returned to the grid when production falls below consumption. In particular, there are more rural poor than urban poor. Although democratic systems offer the best chance for successful LED, the power of self-government derived through democratic means does not guarantee success. Hence the additional costs of the incentives for early deployment should be considered learning investments; they must be wisely spent and need to be widely shared". Ethanol fuel is also widely available in the United States.
As observed in quite a number of successful countries promoting renewable energy, such as Germany, Denmark, and Japan, a strong and long-term commitment from the government is crucial in implementing any kind of policies which will lead to the development of renewable energies, in particular, and a sustainable development, in general. Energy supply and use are related to climate change as well as such environmental concerns as air pollution, ozone depletion, forest destruction, and emissions of radioactive substances. Through effective nurturing and mobilization, youth and children constitute a potent force. Energy is central to the economy because it drives all economic activities. These concepts seem intuitively to be more sustainable than the current linear economic system.
Import into RefWorks 1. Encourage local business enterprise development. Resilience[ edit ] Resilience in ecology is the capacity of an ecosystem to absorb disturbance and still retain its basic structure and viability. Furthermore, energy use affects the environment. Ideally, a society seeking sustainable development should use only energy resources which have no environmental impact. These areas may be the most affected by the predictable effects of climate change such as an increased frequency of extreme events, for example floods, drought, rising sea levels, and melting ice caps.
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This development goals specifically has the following actionable goals. Thus, in a capitalist system like Nigeria where the ruling class established and legitimized an exploitative property system through which they determines the allocation of opportunities, income and health relying on the use of state power their advantage, the degree of its distribution will be higher among the vast majority.
It is a concept that recognizes power both inside and outside the formal authority and institutions of government. Nigeria - An economic analysis of natural resources sustainability for the mining sector component English Abstract This report firstly presents an analysis of the Nigerian economy as the environment within which the solid minerals sector is situated.
Ideally, a society seeking sustainable development should use only energy resources which have no environmental impact. Near absolute reliance on allocation from federated accounts. Marketing the LGA, its infrastructure and people to local and international businesses. Relative poverty refers to the situation in which a person lacks the necessary resources to enable them to participate in the normal and desirable pattern of life that exist within a given society at a given time.
No country in modern times has succeeded in substantially reducing poverty without adequately increasing the provision and use of energy to make material progress. It measures the percentage of the total variation of the dependent variable as explained by explanatory variable.
This effectively makes energy a critical primary factor of production. This form of poverty was once quite common in countries such as Britain and American but has since declined, particularly since the introduction of the welfare state. Nigeria joined the ranks of oil producers in when its first oil field came on stream producing 5, bpd.
Model Specification In order to examine the impact of Economic Growth rate on the poverty rate a linear functional relationship of the form is established; 1 Sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction in Nigeria book the above equation 1we have; 2 Where; 3.
Resilience-thinking addresses how much planetary ecological systems can withstand assault from human disturbances and still deliver the service's current and future generations need from them. Heat conducts from the Renewable natural resources to surrounding rock.
Hence, reducing poverty, rural transformation and promoting local economic development in developing countries has become the most persistent challenge facing the world today. An advantage of LED strategies is that they facilitate a multidisciplinary approach.
The biomass used for electricity generation varies by region. In such a situation, lack of money means equal poverty. High unemployment rates render personal incomes even more divergent. Wind resources and solar resource are abundant enough to provide all of the electrical energy requirements of rural populations, and this can be done in remote and otherwise fragmented low-density areas that are impractical to address using conventional grid-based systems.
Clean and renewable energy is likely to be of concern to a number of organizations.With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
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The importance, how to, effect causes relationship, comparison, history, role, solutions are discussed. energy services in poverty eradication that should result from the WSSD, this amount could increase in the years, within the context of developing countries’ poverty reduction strategies.
As is the case with all European Official Development Assistance (ODA) activities, the initiative will be entirely driven by the beneficiary countries/regions.Pdf 22, · measures of economic growth and poverty reduction in Nigeria. Then, we review the pdf on economic growth and poverty in Nigeria and summarize the arguments on what factors may be influencing the relationship between these outcomes.
Finally, we review aid allocation trends to Nigeria and consider how aid.Feb 16, · Nigeria is blessed with a large amount of renewable natural resources, which, when fully developed and utilized, will lead to poverty reduction and sustainable development.
Renewable energy resources and technologies are a key component of sustainable .Ebook 07, · Ebook paper analyses the role and implications of the management and use of renewable natural resources in economic growth and poverty reduction in Nigeria.
Using data collected from relevant government ministries, research reports, publications and development agencies, it assesses the changes in quantity and quality of renewable natural.