The Water Justice Podcast is available via all the main Podcast platforms including Apple, Spotify and Google.
Mar 23, 2021
In our first episode of the Water Justice Podcast, we talk with experts from across Sub-Saharan Africa to fully get to grips with the water crisis plaguing the region.
Africa best highlights the obvious inequities and water injustice we must confront. From urban centres like Cape Town, to arid rural land in Botswana and Nigeria, Africa’s water scarcity is reaching dangerously unprecedented levels. In our first episode of the Water Justice Podcast, Dr. Katherine Taylor of Australian National University and Timothy Whiffen talk to Dr. Gina Ziervogel from the University of Cape Town, Adegboyega Adeniran from the Australian National Unversity and Dr. Kathleen Alexander from the Chobe Research Institute to discuss this pressing issue and pathways forward for the region.
Katherine Taylor is a Water Justice Hub Research Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
Timothy Whiffen is Director and Producer at Whimsy Productions.
Gina Ziervogel is an Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town.
Adegboyega Adeniran is a PhD Student and Research Officer at the Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University.
Kathleen Alexander is Director at the Chobe Research Institute and a Professor at the College of Natural Resources and Environment, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
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