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Anyaka Ugochi
  • Female
  • abuja
  • Nigeria
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What is your name?
What organisation do you work for?
Aso Radio and Tv services,Katampe hill,Abuja
What country are you based in?
Please summarise your areas of climate-change expertise (in terms of subjects and geographical areas)
I focus on general Climate Change and other environmental issues.
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I am a young environmental journalist.i got interested in environmental issues when i was still in the university.i come from a village that has been plagued with erosion disasters and the government keeps promising and never does anything.i always wanted an avenue to speak up and find my quest for more knowledge about this,i got to find information on not only the menace of erosions,but on other environmental issues.Today,i host a radio show,''Green Angle''.I hope to become a stronger voice for the people and Earth for a better planet.

Anyaka Ugochi's Blog

Culture meets Fashion and my Passion.

It was of great pleasure to me when I met Lydia and Malvin to discuss Taruwa and I was asked to be a contributor. I of course said yes and begun a battle with my mind on what my corner should be about. I am an eco-journalist. In the past year, I have communicated various development issues but with special focus on climate change and the environment. I knew I wanted to write something along this line but this is TARUWA, how would I manage to tell monthly environmental stories on a…

Posted on June 22, 2011 at 17:02

Eroding homes and Farm Land

 In the few past decades, no fewer than 35 families in Amucha Community, Njaba in Imo State, Nigeria, have had to move to new homes. Not because they wanted a change, but because huge gullies of up to 120 metres deep and 40 meters wide – formed by heavy rainfall and erosion – have swallowed up homes and farmlands.

Desmond Nworji is a lecturer who was born and raised in Amcha. He says his village environment has been turned upside down. “It (erosion) has actually caused a lot…


Posted on June 22, 2011 at 17:00

Reporters with the most to lose.


At the COP 16 in Cancun Mexico, we sat in to listen to some journalists from the Climate Change Media Partnership ,talk as panels on climate change reporting in their various countries. These four journalists spoke on the different issues as relating to their countries. They all had one thing in common. The are already intensely feeling the impacts of climate change and it would get worse as the years roll by. They are reporting the issues as a matter of urgency. They are reporters…


Posted on February 8, 2011 at 13:25

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