Olumide Idowu

Olumide Idowu

Olumide Idowu is Campaign Specialist of Climate Wednesday, Youth Director Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition and passionate about Communication, Marketing, Public Relations and Environment. He reports on global issues and development in Nigeria (Africa) and also a Social Media Experts. A tech savvy Journalist keen about using the new media as a tool to disseminate information, collaborate and stir up progressive interaction. He has volunteered for a youth-led capacity building and involved in wonderful youth activities around the world. Presently he was awarded by UNISDR as Youth Champions on Disaster Risk Reduction.
  • Call4Climate

    According to the words of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, stated that “We’ll not take Nigerians for granted”, issued immediately after he was elected as the President of Nigeria, the government is very much interested in issues addressing Climate Change and Sustainable Development. At the 21st Session of...
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    Nigeria: Achieving Renewable Energy for Sustainable Development

    Energy is one of the most fundamental issues for sustainable development. The importance of energy availability in the economic growth, social and political development of every nation cannot be overemphasized. Affordable and reliable energy availability is the precondition for sustainable development.  Sustainable development calls for an...
  • Nigeria: new government, new life?

    May 29, 2015 was a remarkable day for Nigeria as a nation, when the handing over took place and a new government mounted the saddle. Lots of promises were made to tackle climate change and environment issues. With this, fellow citizens are now ready to track...
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