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Want to know how to make positive impact on climate change and poverty in the world? First thing's first. Let's start from the dirtiest mess and employ the poor people to clean up the mess! Good idea? Let me tell you, we are international NGO located in Japan and U.S. Just last month Japanese government agreed that they would send cleaning tools to Niger-Delta, Nigeria. So now what? We are soliciting trainers and donors in U.S. and elsewhere. Yes, we have already an office address in NY. We just got a consent letter from the NY Ministry of Education, we are set to go, and look for ones to rap with us. We are pioneering to cultivate the ground for cleaning up our huge community called the earth. Are there any residents on earth care to join our communal activities? Globa Eco Talk Show runs every Sunday (15 min) Time: 1PM(PST) 9PM (U,K,) 10PM(Nigeria) 6PM(Japan Monday)

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Global Eco Talk Show welcomes Mr. Michael Simire, Editor-in-Chief of EnviroNews Nigeria (http://www.environewsnigeria.com) in Lagos, Nigeria to discuss ?How to cooperate and work together to reduce the impact of Climate Change? highlighting the need to work together. EnviroNews Nigeria (www.environewsnigeria.com) is an online medium that addresses issues related to environment and development. An experienced environmental science journalist and urban planner, he previously worked with several print media establishments Nigeria. He holds a Masters degree in Urban & Regional Planning from the University of Lagos. Simire is currently a member of the Council of Partners of the Internews' Earth Journalism Network (EJN). He is a Fellow of the Leadership for Environment & Development (LEAD), as well as Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP). An accomplished climate communication specialist and trainer, he has attended several local and international conferences. Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc. Our radio shows invite professionals to come to constructive resolutions to the long lasting problems such as violence against women and children, poverty and corruption in the Niger Delta. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change
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Barrister Godwin Sunday Inyang has accquired a Diploma in International History and Diplomacy, also a Bachelor in Law and Barrister at Law. Presently he practices as a Private Legel Practitioner With a Law Firm in Eket, Akwa Ibom... more

The Skit: "How to Help the Poor Child, Niger Delta?"depicts the cruel reality that Government of Nigeria does not provide the need to its own child like region called Niger Delta. Niger Delta is rich with much oil and overseas fund yet the... more

Born in La Paz, Bolivia, Jacqueline Patino changed big city life for a small town in the southern border of Bolivia and Argentina, called Tarija, a valley with roses blooming even in winter, 18 years ago. Her business oriented education, did not... more

Ndianabasi Sam is an engineer and a photographer at the Exxon Mobile who diligently supported SWACIN since it started back in 2012. Only the problem was a way to access the Internet. Though he continued to call SWACIN by... 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

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