All is now set for top government functionaries, a diverse community of thought leaders, innovators, policymakers and industry experts to brainstorm in Abuja at an African climate forum with the sole purpose of igniting a change in the energy landscape in Nigeria and indeed, the African continent.

The forum is put together by the Global Centre for Law, Business, and Economy (GCLBE), a leading international organisation dedicated to advancing sustainability, promoting legal excellence and fostering economic development.

Director General of GCLBE, Dr. George Nwangwu and the event planner, Phil Okoroafor who announced this in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday, said the event with the themed; Powering the Future: Financing Energy Transition for Sustainable Progress, is scheduled for October 10-11, 2023 at the Armed Forces Officers Complex, Asokoro, Abuja.

According to the organisers, “the world is at a pivotal moment in its pursuit of a sustainable future, and this conference serves as a beacon of hope and progress; and with the aim of accelerating the global transition to clean and sustainable energy sources. It will also feature an exciting and innovative exhibition”.

Key Highlights of the Conference include: Inspiring Keynotes: Visionaries from various sectors will share insights into the latest developments in energy transition and sustainable financing.
Interactive Panel Discussions: Engaging conversations on the most pressing topics in clean energy, finance, and sustainability will be led by experts at the forefront of change.
Innovation Showcase: Explore groundbreaking technologies, projects, and solutions driving the global transition to sustainable energy sources.
Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded professionals and create lasting partnerships that will drive actionable change.
Startup Pitch: Pitching opportunity for Renewable Energy Startups.

“The Africa Climate Forum is not just an event; it’s a movement and an opportunity for all of us to come together, share insights, and collaborate on the solutions that will power our sustainable future.

“We believe that showcasing innovative solutions is a crucial part of driving the energy transition forward, and so in addition to the inspiring conversations, we are putting together an exhibition to provide a platform for organizations to spotlight their contributions to a sustainable future” he said.

Further details on the event are available on www.africaclimateforum. Early bird registration for attendees is available until September 15, 2023.

The vision of GCLBE is among others; to be a truly elite Global Centre for Law, Business and Economy where academics, business leaders and members of professional bodies from across the world work in a collaborative environment to create a rich and engaging research, learning and teaching experience, ensuring a globally respected, intellectually diverse, and innovative learning community.

Its Mission is committed to advancing sustainability through three core pillars of expertise, collaboration and impact.