Climate Talk Podcast

Climate Talk Podcast

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August 20, 2020 29 min
Dr. Charles Onyema, a Marine Biologist and Wetland Ecology Researcher from the University of Lagos is my guest.
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According to Deon, Youth engagement in Climate politics is the least listened to and the least understood component of climate politics. Young people have transformative ideas to leapfrog different sectors of our economy.
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Dear friend, How do you mobilize over 1 billion people across the world to protect our planet? On this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast, I spoke with Matthew Lefler, […]
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As the Focal Person for YOUNGO, the UNFCCC’s Youth Constituency, Heeta as reveals how young people are stepping up to lead in the face of the crisis.
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Nisreen Elsaim is from Sudan, a country that is highly impacted by climate change on the African continent. In 2012, before “climate” became a buzz word on the social development […]
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Kenneth Nwarache is a young Nigerian Engineer, he recently co-founded e-Keke and got over 50 investors knocking on his doors in less than two weeks.
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My guest on this episode is Nnimmo Bassey from Nigeria. Unquestionably, Nnimmo is one of Africa’s most consistent and long-standing Environmentalists. In 1993, Dr. Bassey co-founded the Environmental Rights Action and has continued to lead a lot of successful environmental efforts across the continent.
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On this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast, my guest is Paloma Costa, a 27-year old Climate Activist in Brasilia, the biggest city of Brazil. Paloma coordinates the working group of Engajamundo, a youth-led Climate Change focused organization in Brazil she is also the co-founder Ciclimáticos, a collective of bicycle activists documenting the impacts of climate changes in Brazil.
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Meet our first female guest on the Climate Talk Podcast, widely regarded as the number one youth on the planet; Jayathma Wickramanayake needs little or no introduction, she is the […]
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Niclas Svenningsen is my guest on this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast. He has worked at the United Nations for over 20 years, in different positions and countries; currently, Niclas is the Manager of Global Climate Action at the UN Climate Change (UNFCCC), Bonn, Germany.
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