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THE AMBASSADORS

Meet some of our pioneering Workplace Climate Ambassadors who are driving us all towards achieving net zero by talking about climate solutions in their workplaces.

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"Climate change affects us in all ways, it is more than just a change in weather patterns, it affects almost all aspects of our lives, addressing climate change means addressing many issues such as education, gender issues, poverty and many more. "

CECILLA

Uganda

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"Climate change brings about rising temperatures, sea level increases, and extreme weather events, resulting in adverse effects on the environment and society, including land degradation, diseases, fatalities, and mental health issues. Hence, I actively support initiatives for environmental preservation."

MS. ENVIRONMENT

Zambia

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"Climate change is a major global challenge that requires concerted action. We all have a role to play in combating climate change and promoting sustainability, whether through individual or collective actions. Together, we can make a positive difference for our planet."

GLOIRE

DRC

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"While I was growing up in my hometown surrounded by lush greenery, instilled in me an appreciation for nature's beauty. However,  my awareness expanded firsthand the effects of climate change from extreme weather events to shifts in the ecosystem.  This journey ignited a passion within me to actively make an impact and contribute to environmental well-being. "

CHIBUIKE ANI

Nigeria

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"Climate change, to me, represents the adverse climate impacts resulting from human activities. As a climate activist in Nigeria, I've been advocating for accountability regarding our environmental footprint. Issues such as dumping chemicals in the sea, gas flaring, and the accumulation of methane from waste contribute significantly to climate change."

FASASI

Nigeria

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"Climate change is real and it is currently one of the biggest problems we have in the world today. It has a ripple effect and affects every facet of our daily lives. Addressing the challenges posed by climate change would go a long way toward creating a better society, not just for us but for the generation that is yet to be born. We need to act now."

JOSHUA

Nigeria

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"Temperature shifts and alterations in average weather patterns pose significant societal concerns. Climate change issues exhibit several ironies; despite undergoing extensive scientific scrutiny, there exists greater consensus among relevant scientific communities worldwide regarding the physical science of climate change compared to many other prominent environmental issues."

CALLISTA

Nigeria

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"As human is the cause of climate change, we should know that we are the ones who can stop it. Let us develop adaptation and mitigation ways to reduce the impact of climate change on vulnerable communities. By then we can generalize it to the others by showing concrete actions done by our side.

Reducing climate change impacts is possible, and we can do it!"

GNOKE

Togo

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"Amidst debates on climate change solutions, embracing human-centric models remains underutilized. How can humanity reciprocate nature's gifts? By fostering dialogue on the vital partnership between nature and society, we ignite climate action. With one planet and one people, let's unite under the canopy of trees, spurred by love for our shared home."

OSCAR

USA

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"My stance on climate change and sustainability emphasizes the necessity for immediate, united action. Recognizing its universal impact urges swift, coordinated efforts. Effectively communicating with diverse groups is pivotal. I firmly believe in the power of small actions to harmonize living conditions with the environment. Each modest gesture shapes a more sustainable future."

SOSTHENE

Benin

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"Global climate change demands urgent action. Transitioning to renewable energy, reducing industrial pollution, and preserving nature are crucial steps. By curbing polluting emissions, we safeguard our planet for future generations. Sustainability is paramount, guiding decisions today for a better tomorrow. Opting for sustainable development benefits all."

PHILIPPE

Togo

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"My efforts center on tackling climate change and sustainability, with a focus on biodiversity restoration and sustainable agriculture. I raise awareness on climate impacts, advocate for wetlands and mangrove preservation, and empower women farmers to adapt. Through ecosystem restoration and sustainable livelihoods, we can mitigate climate effects, fostering resilience for vulnerable communities."

FATOU

Gambia

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"Climate Change is real and we need to combine efforts through nature protective/ based solutions in order to mitigate it and as well adapt to the effects brought by it."

WINNIE

Uganda

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"Combatting climate change and advancing sustainability are critical for preserving our planet and its ecosystems. Embracing eco-friendly practices, from energy use to waste disposal, is paramount. Raising awareness about these urgent issues enables collective action towards environmental protection and a sustainable legacy for future generations."

LA-GLOIRE 

Togo

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"By 2030, climate-induced factors could cost up to 3.8% of total working hours. Yet, transitioning to sustainable energy and climate adaptation are forecasted to generate jobs. Let's urge eco-friendly practices at work, cutting carbon footprints and waste. Remember, we have only one planet—let's be kind to it and each other!"

MATTHEW

Nigeria

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"Our planet is in danger from human activities -caused climate change. Rising temperatures, wild weather, and rising seas are all signs of trouble. But there's hope! We can fight climate change by working together. We can educate others, demand action from our leaders, choose clean transportation, switch to renewable energy, and protect nature. By working together, we can save our planet."

FORTUNATA

Tanzania

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"I am very passionate about climate action. I have lived to see the impact of climate change in my community and always ready to contribute my quota to mitigate climate change. Especially in terms of climate sustainability. I encourage waste free community and use of recyclable products and waste avoidance. "

RHEMA

Nigeria

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"I want to help achieve the sustainable development goals. Given my passion for the environment, I carry out activities to protect it, and when we talk about the environment, we also talk about climate change. So this will be an opportunity for me to work even harder to combat this scourge. "

RAÏCHA

Togo

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"Climate change deeply concerns me as I love nature, which led me to study agronomy at the University of Lomé. Decades of analysis confirm that human activity is the primary cause of this phenomenon, with significant consequences for humanity. The solution requires reevaluating our lifestyles and adapting to global challenges to ensure the effectiveness of new systems aimed at combatting climate change. This threat not only endangers our generation but also compromises the well-being of future ones—an outcome we must prevent to avoid passing on the mistakes of our ancestors to our descendants."

SÉLOM

Togo

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"I am a passionate young advocate committed to driving change in our community by engaging everyone in the fight against climate change. Currently, I am a student at The University of Zambia pursuing a bachelor's degree in Environmental Education and Management while serving as the Project Coordinator. One of our key initiatives is the 'Keep UNZA Clean' campaign held every Friday on campus. We actively involve students in this campaign and conduct awareness activities on climate change to inspire greater participation and action among our peers. Encouraging student involvement is crucial in our ongoing efforts to combat climate change."

MATHIAS

Zambia

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