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Faiyetole, A, Adesina F, Oyebisi T.  2016.  An Analysis of the Costs and Benefits of Actions or Inactions for Africa under Variable Climate Policies, 2016/06/27. Special edition: Environment and Sustainable Development in the 21st Century:pp96-104. Abstract

The four forecasted climate policy scenarios or representative concentration pathways (RCP), informed the findings of the fifth assessment report (AR5) of the intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC). Depending on the emissions levels, economic status and population growth, the climate pathways, if adopted, would imply different costs and benefits to different countries or regions. In pertinence, with respect to economic status, the combined gross domestic product (GDP) of the ten highest emitters of Carbon dioxide in Africa, for instance, is currently less than for the seventh global emitter. In this study, stochastic analysis of the mitigative costs for RCP 2.6, 4.5, 6.0 and 8.5 (Wm-2) radiative forcing for CO2 were conducted from 2010 to 2100 for Africa and the Middle East (AME) region. For example, RCP 6.0 posed the highest % of GDP loss in 2030, and thereafter, RCP 2.6 maintained the highest % of GDP loss through the century. It is therefore arguable that AME in general, and Africa in particular, could pursue a hybrid of the four climate pathways in ensuring the associated economic benefits are maximized for the continent.

Faiyetole, A, Adesina F.  2017.  Regional Response to Climate Change and Management: An Analysis of Africa's Capacity, 2017/09/19. 9 Abstract

PurposeThe mainstream climate change community has primarily concerned itself with mitigation and adaptation strategies, both of which require monitoring and prediction. These four inter-connected response actions (mitigation, adaptation, monitoring and prediction) constitute the main strategies for managing climate change. This paper aims to weigh in on policies and societal coordination for effective management of the earth’s climate with respect to these four elements in Africa because of its socioeconomic peculiarities.
Design/methodology/approach
The Delphi experts’ method backed by questionnaires was used to obtain relevant data for the study. The questionnaires were distributed to professionals dealing with issues related to climate change response and sustainability in various parts of the world, with a focus on Africa.
Findings
With respect to the strategies that are most needed for effective climate change actions in Africa, government’s policies, activities and decisions rank highest at 1.20 with a p -value of < 0.001, and financing is next at 0.93, mitigation is 0.83, prediction is 0.76 and adaptation is 0.68 ( p = 0.048), at the 5 per cent cutoff. Also, for the most appropriate approaches to managing climate change across Africa, regional efforts are at least 8 times more effective than country-wide approaches, followed by continental efforts at 6.51 times, international cooperation at 3.99 times and inaction at 0.00 times.
Originality/value
The paper concludes that a holistic climate change management approach is important in Africa to contain the impacts of climate change in the continent.

Fajewonyomi, BA, Orji EO, O. AA.  2007.  Sexual Dysfunction among Female Patients of Reproductive Age in a Hospital setting in Nigeria.. J. Health Popul. Nutrition. 25 (1):101-106.
Fajewonyomi, BA, Jinadu MK.  1990.  Strategy for the Delivery of Primary Health Care at the Local Government Level. Nig. Journal. of Local Govt. Studies. 4:24-30.
Fajewonyomi, BA.  1980.  The Role of Veternarian as a Member of Public Health Team. Nig. Med. Journal. 10:261-264..
Fajuyigbe, MO, Umoru-Oke NA.  2005.  The Influence of Pottery Tradition of the Department of Fine Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife: Developments, Techniques and Innovations. Contemporary Issues in Nigerian Arts: Its History and Education. :24–37., Ile-Ife, Nigeria Abstract

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Fajuyigbe, MO, Umoru-Oke N.  2011.  Emergence of Art Movements in Modern Art of the 20th Century. Lessons for Nigerian Artists. Reflections: A Journal of the Society of Nigerian Artists, Vol. 9: Pp. 9::35–50. Abstract

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Falade, DA, Adeyemi BA, Olowo OO.  2011.  Participatory Means of Teaching Peace Education Concepts in the Universal Basic Education Social Studies Curriculum.. eJournal of Educational Policy. :1-8.
Falade, DA, Adeyemi BA.  2015.  Civic Education in Nigeria's One Hundred Year of Existence: Problems & Prospects. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. 6(1):113-118.
Falade, DA, A. AB.  2008.  Human Right Education and the sustenance of Democracy in Nigeria.. International Journal of Educational Research and Administration.. 5(2):101–105.
Falade, J, Akinsulore A, Eegunranti BA, Tobih JE, Ogundiran AC, Ibigbami O, Ogundiran O.  2019.  Prevalence, Pattern and Correlates of Study Difficulty Among Students of College of Health Sciences Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Osogbo. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal. 6, Number 9 Abstract
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Falade, OS, Aderogba MA, O.Kehinde, Akinpelu BA, Oyedapo BO, Adewusi SRA.  2009.  Studies on the Chemical Constituents, Antioxidants and Membrane Stability Activities of Hibiscus rosa sinensis.. Studies on the Chemical Constituents, Antioxidants and Membrane Stability Activities of Hibiscus rosa sinensis.. 13:58-64.
Falaye", "AE, Omoike" "A, Orisasona" "O.  2014.  Apparent Digestibility Coefficient of Differently Processed Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus L.) for Clarias gariepinus Juveniles. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science. 9(2):75-84.
Falebita, DE.  2001.  Seismic Structural Interpretation of 2D Data over an Oil Field, Niger Delta. : Federal University of Technology, Akure
Falebita, DE, Olorunniwo MA.  2006.  Seismic Reservoir Description using Wavelet Spectra Attributes. The 8th SEGJ International Symposium - Imaging and Interpretation. :428-432., Japan: Society of Exploration Geophysicists, http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/segj082006-001.84