Ndoni Mcunu's statement supporting the four activists from Greenpeace Denmark who swam across the Dan oil field in the Danish North Sea and are peacefully occupying the Dan Bravo oil rig to demand an immediate ban on all further oil and gas exploration in Denmark, followed by a complete phase out of domestic fossil fuel production and a massive expansion of clean offshore wind power.
To make international changes, I'd first say that international people need to understand part of the problem, what the people need so there needs to be bottom-up approach and not a top-down approach.
Link to the article: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-51324958
Ndoni Mcunu, a Ph.D. candidate researching climate change impacts on agriculture at the Global Change Institute at Witwatersrand University and the CEO of Black Women in Science (BWIS), thinks media from the Global North is not doing Africa any favor with their climate coverage.
Meet Ndoni Mcunu – founder and CEO of non-profit organisation Black Women in Science (BWIS) and member of the #Resilient40.
Link to the article/video: https://climatereality.co.za/the-resilient40-meet-ndoni-mcunu/
“Nine years into my research and academic career, one of the most common questions I hear from family and friends is, “uzoqedanini ukufunda?” (“Will she ever finish studying?”),” explains Ndoni Mcunu, Co-Founder of the non-profit organisation Black Women in Science.
Link to the article: https://the-beam.com/food/the-challenges-of-feeding-the-world-in-the-face-of-climate-change/
Afrika ist vom Klimawandel stark betroffen, afrikanische Klima-Aktivisten werden in der Debatte aber kaum gehört. Sie erzählen von Herausforderungen und fordern ein Umdenken.
Link to the article: https://www.zdf.de/nachrichten/panorama/umwelttag-klimawandel-afrika-100.html
This is the first instalment of around the world with climate in colour, a show at the intersection of music, culture and climate conversation.
Link to the interview: https://foundation.fm/episode/the-artist-hour-climate-in-colour/1213