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WILDALAND Festival makes a case for Climate change

WILDALAND Festival
WILDALAND Festival

Music, entertainment lifestyle and eco-tourism festival, WILDALAND festival aims to raise climate change awareness among young people and event attendants.

This year’s event will feature climate talks, series of talk sessions featuring climate thought leaders on varied climate change issues on the sidelines of the festival as well as at its Eco Fan Action Village at the festival grounds.

Talents performing at the festival will also be making pledges in between performances to highlight specific climate issues as well as calling on our young audience to commit to a clean future.

Already and since last year, the WILDALAND festival have been committed to reducing carbon emissions by running the daily Shuttle service as well running water refill stations to encourage the use of re-usable/re-fill bottles at the festival location.

The festival also created the Wild Waste team, that ensured all day waste management system to collect for recycle and disposal.

From year three, the WILDALAND festival will commit a part of the festival’s revenue towards the creation of a WILDALAND Green fund to aid eco-farming activities in surrounding villages and communities.

Founder of the WILDALAND Festival, Baba Sadiq ABDULAI Abu stated that, “WILDALAND festival provides a vital platform to harnessing the power of music, culture and star power to engaging young audiences who are tremendously important pressure groups whose voices will be most important in ensuring a clean future.

Founder of the WILDALAND Festival, Baba Sadiq ABDULAI Abu
Founder of the WILDALAND Festival, Baba Sadiq ABDULAI Abu

“Protecting the environment and supporting the green transition is a fundamental element of the WILDALAND festival’s sustainability plan,” Baba Sadiq further commented.

Set in the blooming wilderness of the Shai Hill Resource Reserve (Shai Forest Reserve), Wildaland is a multi-day music, eco-tourism and entertainment lifestyle festival featuring performances and appearances by Notable Ghanaian, African and global music headliners. Davido, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Adekunle Gold, Focalistic, Joe boy, Kidi, Black Sherrif, Kuami Eugene and Gyakie headlined the 2021 edition.

The 2022 edition comes off between 24-26th December, 2022 at the same venue.

Tickets information are available via www.wildalandfestival.com.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

Reach me via Email: [email protected]

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