He described climate change as a major environmental problem facing the globe, saying that Nigeria was also vulnerable to its effect.
The environmentalist said: “We are affected; there is no hiding place; but, there are things that we can do.
“So, protecting the environment and ensuring that we have a green and pristine environment is actually the most important thing that you can do, especially for your children’s sake.
“The most vulnerable people, children, the elderly, the poor and those with underlying health conditions are prone to health effects of climate change.
Majekodunmi said that climate change was caused by the global warming due to various human activities like deforestation, land use changes and burning fossil fuels.
He said that this had resulted in unusual weather patterns like heat waves, typhoons, draughts, floods, hurricanes and encroaching desserts, all with attendant medical effects.
“Climate change is caused by global warming. Global warming is just an imbalance.