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Adenike Oladosu

“The climate change crisis disproportionately affects Africa, and we need to act now.

Adenike Oladosu, a young climate activist from Nigeria

Adenike Oladosu is a first-class graduate of agricultural economics, an eco-reporter and eco-feminist, having developed a module for an online course on eco-feminism and climate change.

She is one of the young people who developed Amnesty International Nigeria’s Youth Engagement Strategy. She is a former spokesperson for CARE International-UK on gender and climate change and was a Nigerian youth delegate at COP25 and COP26.

Adenike leads the I Lead Climate Action Initiative, a pan-African movement that advocates for the restoration of Lake Chad and a green democracy. In 2022, the movement started an initiative called 30 Days of Activism ahead of International Womens Day, highlighting womens resilience in climate action — and has also carried out projects which help rural women gain access to organic fertilisers, supported by UNDP Nigeria.

Adenike has showcased her climate action at international conferences, including the UN Climate Change Conference, World Economic Forum, and Elevate festival in Graz-Austria.

To find out more about Adenike, you can read her contribution to July 2022’s First Of The Month article. You can follow Adenike on Instagram at @an_ecofeminist

Climate Fellowship Cohort 2022/23

Climate change is a justice issue

Those who have the least political and economic power, and the least responsibility for the changing climate, are affected the most.


We partner with CEPAD in Nicaragua to empower seven communities in Teustepe with the skills, knowledge and community resilience required to address their own problems.

Once In A Lifetime

A short social-friendly snippet from Amos Trust’s Once In A Lifetime climate justice summit in Cambridge in September 2019 when we were joined by climate activists, thinkers and doers.


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