On this podcast, we engage environmentalists, thought leaders, policy makers, professionals from all walks of life on the subject of climate action, climate finance, climate denials and every other climate-related theme. We hope that you’ll learn a thing or three from every episode of the Climate Talk Podcast and more importantly take actions towards making the world a more sustainable place to live in. Climate Talk is a monthly podcast hosted by Seyifunmi Adebote. Be sure to check in as often as you can as there will be a new episode published every last Wednesday monthly. This is a project by the International Climate Change Development Initiative and Media for Community Change Initiative.
CT0021 – A Novice Perspective Of Climate Change
Rafiat Akinwande, popularly known as Queen Raffy, is a podcaster, voice-over artist, and NOT a climate activist. So in this episode, she shares a novice perspective of the much talked about lingo - climate change.
CT0020 – Restoring biodiversity in Nigeria’s Ngel Nyaki Forest Reserve.
My guest on this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast is Hazel Chapman – born in Malawi, lived her childhood years in Nigeria and is now an Associate Professor of Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
CT0019 – On whose shoulder is Waste Management in Nigeria?
Rita Idehai, a very successful entrepreneur and sustainability thought-leader argues the role of the government and people - producers and users in improving waste management structures.
CT0018 – Beyond Planting Trees, how CommuniTrees works.
Chikodi Uzoamaka, the CommuniTrees Project Coordinator in Abuja had a chat with the hos, Seyifunmi Adebote and the conversation focused on the importance to plant more trees and how young people can be very actively involved in the process.
CT0017: Protecting Lagos Wetlands
Dr. Charles Onyema, a Marine Biologist and Wetland Ecology Researcher from the University of Lagos is my guest.
CT0016: Learning from COVID19, a sister disaster to #ClimateChange
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.