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What do you do?
Fields of interest
water, climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development
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My profile
My name is Adewole, Taiwo Adegboyega, a B.Sc and M.Sc holder in Geography and Environmental Resources Management, 1999 and 2004 Respectively from Lagos State University, Ojo Lagos. I am an Environmentalist and a youth empowerment consultant. I am looking forward to my PhD before the end of the year.

I am presently the National coordinator of Development in Africa, Nigeria Chapter, Chapter coordinator Net Impact Inc, both U.S based NGO. I am also a co-director of save the child, Canada. Associates Member, The Chartered Institution of Waste Management, U.K,(CIWM) Associates Member International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, U.K,(IIRSM) Member International Solid Waste Association,(ISWA),Associates Member Nigeria Institute of Management,(NIM) Member Nigeria Environmental Society,(NES) Member Nigeria Conservation Foundation.(NCF)
Group Adviser, Cyber Trust International Project, Secretary Nigeria International Conference, an upcoming international conference on Strength based strategies in Nigeria, Member NiPRO, Nigeria Chapter, Interim president ABC4ALL Nigeria Chapter. Member, Knowledge Learning Center British Council, Lagos, Member Oxfam International Youth Parliament

Winner of year 2006 RehabPlus Innovation, U.K International essay competition for Africa

Papers and Abstract submitted for International conference: - Effectiveness of waste waster treatment in some selected industrial estate of Lagos state, a case study of isolo industrial estate. Thesis submitted for my M.Sc Waste Management in Lagos State towards Sustainable Development in Nigeria, A case study of some selected Industrial Estate in Lagos State, to be published by Atlantic Book Publisher of India, Changing the face of my local community through waste to wealth creation in Lagos state, a paper presented at India in November 2006, An international Strength based strategies conference organised by Brisbane Institute of Australia,
Waste to wealth: Practices towards sustainable development in Nigeria- A case study of Lagos State, a paper that was presented for Development, Civil Society and Third Sector: The emerging Perspectives organised by Mangalore University India, March 2007. An online proposal reviewer for the upcoming North American Association for Environmental Education, coming up in November, 2007 in Virginia beach Convention Center, U.S
Publication in view: Environmental Action Projects Plans for Students and Individual

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At 14:20 on September 14, 2007, Zakia Haddouch said…
Hi Adewole,
Thank you for the invitation!
It's interesting to hold the contact through this network.
Best regards,
At 10:39 on September 13, 2007, Mika Huettner said…
Hey Adewole,
we have updated our page, so it is possible to join us now on

Best regards from Germany
At 4:12 on June 21, 2007, Dr. Asha Singh said…
Adewole, thank you for adding me to your list..and very interesting work you are doing!!!keep it up
At 18:41 on June 12, 2007, federico e. alice said…
Thanks for the invitation to join your network.
At 11:26 on June 12, 2007, George Ansa Duke said…
Gone through your great profile, and proud your on this network too, i am currently underway to launching a national youth initiative on the environment, known as UNITED INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY ACTION NET-WORK(UNI-CAN) a poverty reduction and employment creation strategy for youth development. I am currently zoning its inauguration, though little bit slow but sure to arrive in time at target


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