CT006 – Youth Inclusiveness in Climate Negotiation

Atayi Babs is a Multilingual Information Strategist and communication expert who has been on the Climate Change scene for over a decade, he started as a University student and now leads the Civil Society Development Network in Nigeria. Babs has attended the recent Conference of Parties and many other Climate Negotiations conference, working with other African experts to ensure that Africa doesn’t remain at the receiving end in the face of the changing Climate.

On this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast, explains Africa’s greatest setback in Climate Negotiations and clearly started what should be Africa’s priority as her leaders head to Chile for COP25 in December.

You’ll also discover:

  • What Civil Societies are not getting right and why so.
  • The need for youth inclusiveness in Climate Negotiation.
  • How Africa can look inward to answers questions concerning Climate Financing.
  • …and a lot more on this episode of the Climate Talk podcast.

Production Team: ‘Seyifunmi Adebote, Olumide Idowu & Jimoh Oluwatobi Segun.
Background Music: A Whole New World from Disney.

Climate Talk is a monthly podcast hosted by ‘Seyifunmi Adebote where environmentalists, thought leaders, policymakers, and professionals from all walks of life converse around the subject of Climate Change, Climate Action, Climate Finance and other environmental subjects. It is made possible with the support of Media for Community Change Initiative and the International Climate Change Development Initiative (Climate Wednesday)

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One Reply to “CT006 – Youth Inclusiveness in Climate Negotiation”

  1. Abdurasaq Adesokan

    This is indeed a good job. At least I am more informed and learnt one or two things on this episode. @Adebote, Keep up the good work.

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