Appreciating bridges unburnt.
About Bridges: appreciating the bridges unburnt. How fast life goes and so quickly we leave behind the memories that brought us to where we areRead More
We are not going to comply with your climate change!
First, I start by thanking the hitherto unnamed Prof. who asked the question about ‘Climate Change.’ As an environmentalist with an interest in climate conversationsRead More
Have a great day!
After a few days of being lazy with my morning run, I set out to knock off a 5km run in 30 minutes, IRead More
Rethinking Nature’s Resources
As we mark 22 years since the United Nations General Assembly officially adopted May 22 as the International Day of Biodiversity (IDB) in DecemberRead More
Environment, Health and Climate Change reporting, CJID Trains 20 Researchers and Journalists in Abuja
The participants, mostly Abuja-based journalists across different newsrooms, who were tutored by seasoned climate change and health experts, saw the training as an eye-opener to deep dive into the climate change and health issues plaguing humanity.
‘Seyifunmi Adebote, an environmentalist and participant opined that the training would set the pace to consequentially report the various health and climate change issues.
Earth Day 2022: How are you investing in our shared planet?
“Seyi, what are you doing on earth day?” This was a question Rita asked me when I hosted her among other colleagues for lunchRead More
Climate Solutions: The difference is in Innovation.
We must do more than communicate the science of climate change in the context and pretext that it is passed down. The “Forwarded As Received” approach to communicating climate change must cease.
Grateful for every new opportunity to learn.
Not recently have I been a part of such a well-planned training session. The brilliance of the resource persons – all young, experienced and knowledgeable experts. Since COVID19, I seem to have forgotten what it feels like to participate in a physical training session.