ECOnomy Lagos

Lagos State is at the forefront of embracing sustainable practices through the Circular Economy sector. With an estimated $2.7 billion by 2030, the Circular Economy presents an unprecedented opportunity for economic development, job creation, and environmental sustainability in Nigeria.

Young Climate Champions

The Young Climate Champions Club (Y3Cs) is an Initiative of the Lagos State Office of Climate Change and Circular Economy (OCCE) designed to instill climate awareness in primary and junior secondary school students in Lagos through hands-on extra-curricular activities.


Let Our Lagos Breathe

Aerial view of Lagos city waterside roads and buildings
Lagos is Nigeria and West Africa’s commercial capital and entertainment hub. This status comes with climate challenges ranging from waste disposal, pollution, and other human activities that leave the ecosystem vulnerable to the impact of climate change.

Mission 50:50

#Mission50:50 is an initiative designed to reduce Lagos carbon footprint by 50% and create 50,000 jobs over the next five years. The initiative seeks to generate at least four kilograms of plastic from 100 thousand households over the next five years in line with His Excellency Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu’s plan of zero carbon for Lagos by 2050.