Yonela Mabi

Account Manager

Yonela is a two-time graduate, her undergrad was in English and Communication Science and postgrad in Journalism and Media Studies She’s gained radio experience through volunteer internship at PEfm, receptionist experience from The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber.

Other experiences include administrative support, events assistance, social media marketing intern, registration assistant and volunteer work. Her desire is to grow within the Media and Communications space, where she can use the various platforms to advocate for the voiceless. She loves to be challenged and learns through her experiences.

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September 29, 2022

ICMM – Can Mining Ever Be Sustainable?

Host Rupert talks with Rohitesh “Ro” Dhawan, President and Chief Executive Officer of ICMM. ICMM is an international organization dedicated to a safe, fair and sustainable mining and metals industry. They bring together a third of the global metals and mining industry, along with key partners to drive leadership, action and innovation for a safe, just and sustainable world. Ro will be discussing the transformative power of mining, particularly in emerging markets where he has spent two-thirds of his life.

September 27, 2022

WSP: Building the Circular Economy

Climate Transformed interviews Anita Schwartz, Senior Project Director for the Sustainability, Energy, and Climate Change group within WSP USA. WSP is one of the world’s leading engineering professional services firms, with 37000 talented people, based in more than 500 offices, across 40 countries. Anita will talk us through WSP’s strategy for circular economy models, waste mitigation, and logistics improvements to improve carbon efficiency and landfill avoidance.

September 22, 2022

Sust Group: How can climate risks become more transparent?

Josh Gilbert, CEO of Sust Global, a start-up that provides climate risk models using geospatial data, discusses how the availability of more in-depth climate data can help improve the transparency of assessing climate-related risks.

September 20, 2022

Nanotechnology’s Impact on Climate Solutions

Director of The University of Texas at Austin Energy Institute and co-founder of two innovative material companies, Brian A. Korgel will give us insight into the topic of nanotechnologies and their role in climate science.

September 14, 2022

SCB Group: On Site in Africa

Rupert sits down with Kevin McGeeney, CEO of SCB Group, to discuss the amazing developmental work SCB is supporting in Africa. From Senegal to Malawi, SCB is proving the sceptics wrong regarding the developmental benefits of carbon offsets to vulnerable communities. Kevin and his team are proof that climate, development and economic drivers can intersect.

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