PodcastThe Crisis Room

Climate Change and the Lake Chad Crisis: A Conversation on Conflict and Resilience

The Crisis Room: Episode 77

In recent years, Borno State has grappled with annual flooding, a stark contrast to the receding waters of the Lake Chad. These extreme weather events, predicted by climate scientists, are frequent. This week on #TheCrisisRoom, we ask Dr. Dogo Saje, a lecturer and climate change activist the tough questions.

Hosted by Abdulkareem Haruna and Usman Abba Zanna

Production Team: Abdulkareem Haruna and Usman Abba Zanna
The Executive Producer is Ahmad Salkida.

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Abdulkareem Haruna

Abdulkareem Haruna is a Nigerian journalist who has provided extensive coverage of the Lake Chad conflict in north-eastern Nigeria for over a decade. A graduate of English Language with a Diploma in Mass Communications. He previously worked as an assistant editor with Premium Times and Leadership Newspaper. Haruna has a strong knowledge of the Northeast and follows the trends in the region closely.

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