Category: #LagoseTrain

The Green4Blue Initiative gained an International Recognition

This year, thousands of potential prospects across the globe submitted different competition components for the #WBGYouthSummit, themed; “Smarter Cities for a Resilient Future”. Sequel to the submission of my 4-page proposal, titled; “#Green4Blue Initiative (Green Tourism for a Blue Economy)” and with respect to my preceding proliferation of green revolution for global infrastructural shift, I eventually emerged the Nigerian Delegate for the World Bank Global Youth Summit 2019, although, ‘circumstantially’, I would not be participating in the ongoing Summit, slated for today and tomorrow.

The ultimate goal of the international discourse is to instrumentalize ideas and policies that would actualize the 13th Goal (Climate Action) of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals – with the ultimate aim to #SaveTheWorld from Global Warming effects and other climate-related hazards.
However, Deo-Volente, my competition component shall be the theme of my 5th book in 2020, which is the articulating of a Long-term Techno-Economic Development Framework for a Coastal Green City.

The GREEN4BLUE initiative is a Maritime-Green Tourism Project channeled towards the realization of the Paris Agreement Goals – as it is in-line with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Under the Article 3, Paris Agreement (2015): “each country must determine, plan, and regularly report on the contribution that it undertakes to mitigate global warming”.

Find & follow the activities of the World Bank Global Youth Summit 2019 via the hashtags: #WGBYouthSummit #SmartCities #Cities4All.

Thank you.

Jawolusi Oluwaseun

Read more at www.netism.org/green4blue 

The First Nigerian Green City

 

 

 

By Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon – @jawolusi

 

 

The Coastal eTrain Station – AutoCAD by Jawolusy

Putting everything together; Mechanical, Civil and Architectural connections were all depicted in a single representation.

Here’s how the traffic-congested areas of Lagos will look like in the nearest future. For instance, Either at rush-hours or free hours, by using the electric train systems, it will only take two minutes to trip from Lagos Island to Mainland.

Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon

#Island2MainLandin2Minutes by #LagoseTrain is achievable in 2030.

#Island2MainLandin2Minutes by #LagoseTrain is achievable before 2030.

Here’s an innovative long-term project for the Lagos State Government in an attempt to proactively curb the wailing transportation challenges within the State, while also fostering the full-flowering of different business activities. By adopting the eco-friendly Electric Train Transport Systems in some designated areas of Lagos, the advantages are numerous; the likes of Zero CO2 emissions, safer/faster mode of transport, traffic bypass, environmental pollution eliminated and many others.

Hence, a call of duty to various jingoistic citizens that are committed to the development of the State. We don’t need to wait for the Government in order to actualize this Agenda2030. It is a common say that; “Government has no business in business”. Therefore, I will strongly recommend that the Lagos eTrain Systems should be privatized for a given period of time at the inception of the project. This entails the constructions of underground or overhead rail-tracks for the Lagos eTrain systems by the partnership between well-established firms, while toll fees and other commissions shall be strategized for their return on investments for a given period. Have down pat; the massive population is Lasgidi is a lucrative market for any venture to glow and blow!!!

Considering the endless quests for an alternative transport system in Lagos State; the right time to do something is NOW! I strongly believe that this goal is achievable by 2030 – regardless of any socio-political interference/instability; the people must ensure the sustainability of such a timely project for their mutual benefits.

Kindly trend and share“#Island2MainLandin2Minutes by #LagoseTrain”.

Eko o ni b’aje ooo!!!

 

Lagos e-Train Modeled by Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon ( @jawolusy )

 

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