The Ecofeminists


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By Dr Sheila Ochugboju, Michael Onyango,, Dr Sheila Ochugboju, and Michael Onyango. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

We welcome two dynamic ecofeminists Oladosu Adenike (Nigeria) and Ake Mamo (Ethiopia) to a conversation about the motivations and passions which drive their environmental work.
Our Landscape Guardian - Oladosu Adenike Titilope is the founder of ILead Climate pioneering the green democracy initiative for peace building. She's an awardee from Amnesty International as an ambassador of conscience recipient. Adenike is one of the four youths that developed the first young engagement strategy for AmnestyInternational Nigeria, named as one of the 12 female leading climate action globally by global citizen, one of the ambassadors for the African Youth ClimateHub and passionate about youth involvement in climate action. She spoke at the first UN youth climate action summit in 2019.
Our Landscape Mentor - Akefetey Ephraim Mamo is an expert in agroforestry, and an aspiring documentary maker. Her life has centered around the practical aspects of environmental management, as well as the communications of environmentally friendly agricultural practices, especially relating to climate change in Africa.

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