Kate Okorie – How to Frame Advocacy Messages About Climate Change: Providing Evidence on Its Health Consequences
Advocacy messages centered around the health impacts of climate change can lead to increased engagement with climate change issues and support for mitigation policies.
Kate Okorie – How to Frame Advocacy Messages About Climate Change: Guerilla Tactics Used by the Just Stop Oil Group
Despite their success in raising public awareness about climate change, Just Stop Oil faces the potential risk of alienating the people they need to support their objectives.
The detrimental impact of air pollution is already evident, so it is no longer an option for cities to stick with unhealthy practices. Embracing the shift towards clean air is not only beneficial for health but also for the economy.
Kate Okorie – Drought and Period Poverty: In Conversation With Anita Soina, Global Youth Champion for the UN-hosted Sanitation and Water for All
Kenya has been hit by its worst drought in forty years. Anita Soina provides insight into how the extreme weather condition has worsened period poverty, a significant public health challenge in the East African country.
Kate Okorie – Nigeria’s “Soot” City: In Conversation with Dr Bieye Briggs, Executive Director, Centre for Environmental and Public Health
Black soot in Nigeria’s Port Harcourt city has increased mortality rates by 30%. In this interview, we discuss how the city has become a poster child for air pollution globally and the health consequences of air pollution as evidenced among residents.