[PeDAGoG] Role of natives in the last mile of climate awareness

Nyambura Mbau stella.nyambura.1171 at gmail.com
Thu May 18 07:00:00 CEST 2023


Saw a post yesterday. Climate awareness first went viral 70 years ago
thanks to a Canadian scientist named Gilbert Plass. 70 years later, most of
the marginalised communities disproportionately affected by climate change
also happen to be least aware of the science behind it.

Find out how natives are a resource in transferring a factual understanding
of climate change to rural sub-Sahara Africa in the link below.

The article attached also discusses the prevalence of climate awareness in
rural sub-Sahara Africa, and what awareness means to sub-Sahara Africa
versus what it has meant to the global north.

Natives bridging the climate awareness gap <https://bit.ly/3Bxrkhe>


Stella Nyambura Mbau PhD | Abundant Earth Foundation & Agroforestry
Regeneration Communities- Project Coordinator | Founder of LOABOWA
<https://loabowa.carrd.co/> | 8512 City Square, Nairobi, Kenya

Articles on Resilience.org
| Featured
on COP27 talks, Climate Justice
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfDuwDghnzU&t=704s> & Beyond Maladaptation
<https://youtu.be/kARCBwzFLVM?t=214> | And More She is never on the same

Member of the Global South Climate Database
<https://www.carbonbrief.org/global-south-climate-database/> by Carbon Brief
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