Global Eco Talk Show

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Talk to the people in the Niger Delta directly. Help them online in the way you want when or wherever you are, on the globe. You can be a Volunteer, or be a Member to run the Non-profit, or Donate. Niger Delta contributes major cause of GLOBAL WARMING and CLIMATE CHANGE. Global Eco Theater is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.

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Skit, "Why is it Touch to Clean up the Niger Delta?" illustrates how the Niger Delta in Nigeria has the worst type of environmental petroleum pollution. They say, the pollution is so bad that it creates the biggest green-house effects in... more

The name of the Host is Eko or Hideko Nagashima, a Japanese origin, an American citizen. She had a choice to select whether to become Japanese or American citizen. So she decided to choose an American citizenship. Her... more

The Skit: "Communal Work for the Residents on Earth"depicts the urgent need to clean up our residential planet called earth. Despite its need to clean up, many of us are indifferent to the communal clean up work because of our over-focus... more

Barr. Keigo Baba from Osaka, Japan and Kabukabu Ikwueme, SWACIN Board member meet on the radio show to discuss the difference of laws in Japan and U.K. Barr. Baba has been an attorney at law for two years. He belongs to... more

The Skit: "The Exodus" promotes ideas to build strong support system by the network using a mobile telephone. Media journalist, Stella Paul on 5/18/2014 also talks about her experience on starting her own media through a... more

Dr. Anupama Biswas is a Board of Director of SWACIN and an eye surgeon professional speaking about "How to be in Touch of her Community." and her "Health Care Program" working together to assist women and children in the... more

The skit, "What is This?" depicts the deep-rooted superstition called witch-craft, superstition in Nigeria, Japanese and American superstition altogether. Witch-craft in Nigeria still practiced by the indigene in the regions often used to... more

Chizor Chiazor speaks about "Urban poor kids in her Community and Libraries". She is a teacher and has seen what education can do to a generation that have no opportunity to have it. Education is a weapon that all must have regardless... more

The skit "How to Rebrand Village Pow Pow" has its origin in the way Nigerian diasporas were overseas and how Dora Akunyili has called for Rebranding Nigerian Project and pointed out that innocent Nigerians have been arrested... more