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It’s a bird, it’s a plane…it’s a champion of change!

When you think of a superhero, you often imagine a man or woman wearing a cape and fighting the enemy with weapons. Well, there’s currently a “champion of change” who wears traditional Nigerian attire rather than a cape and who uses his words and wisdom as his weapon for change against the enemy known as pollution and environmental devastation. That hero goes by the name of Dr. Daniel Chidubem.

The man behind the mission

Dr. Chidubem hails from the Federal Republic of Nigeria and addresses millions on how to adapt to the growing challenges enthralling the entire world. Selected personally by the World Medical Association to be part of the delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Dr. Chidubem slowly became an unlikely hero that inspired millions across the globe to become their best, both for themselves and for the planet.

After a life-changing conversation with former U.S. Vice President Albert Gore about the global warming challenges facing the planet, Dr. Chidubem developed his own concept on how to address the environmental crisis facing our world. Pooling his knowledge, network and determination together, Dr. Chidubem founded the Team 54 Project which is a not-for-profit organization meant to raise awareness on the urgent need to take global action to protect the environment.

In less than two years, Dr. Chidubem and his team gained an international membership of over 50,000 individuals who were dedicated to improving the lives of those inhabiting the planet through education and conversation. The changing climate is a “challenge that no one country or organization can solve by themselves. Therefore we must collaborate and harness the talents and skills from everyone in order to tackle this existential threat,” Dr. Chidubem said when asked about his mission to gain international support.

More than a mission…it’s a way of life

Climate change might have been an issue that sparked an initial interest with Dr. Chidubem, but it only scratches the surface of his dedication to improving the lives of others. He mentions the importance of sustainability and how what humans do on a daily basis contributes to whether or not we have a future that is healthy and vibrant or damaged and limited.

Dr. Chidubem’s professional work began in the field of medicine—however, he left the profession due to an overwhelming feeling that he could make more of an impact on the improvement of human existence by focusing on environmental factors that make humans sick. “There is no better way to ensure preventative illnesses than to deal with the environment that might serve as the contributing factor for such illnesses,” Dr. Chidubem stated. “Fighting to save the planet isn’t enough if you aren’t dealing with sustainability and how we can ensure the planet heals…just as humans are in need of healing.”

Currently, Africa is suffering from beach erosion and drought which is both killing the animals and contributing to poverty. Deforestation and the major loss of habitat for millions of species are also issues facing Dr. Chidubem’s home country.

Dr. Chidubem realized that the issues facing Africa were issues that were harming other countries throughout the world. It was this eye-opening reality that served to empower Dr. Chidubem to fight the good fight and speak to millions on how these changes are impacting the future for ourselves and our children. “Environment has a direct impact on the mental, physical, and even emotional well-being of every human in existence. We as a nation are all impacted by these changes, so we as a nation must rise up to meet the challenges head-on,” Dr. Chidubem said.

Change must be inevitable

Dr. Chidubem believes that change has to start within the heart and mind of each person living on the planet. For this, he travels the world to educate and inspire others on the importance of caring for themselves and the world around them. To learn more about how Dr. Chidubem and how his Team 54 Project organization are impacting the globe, please visit https://gbujie2dan.wixsite.com/team54project-orgAdvancedOpportunity or join the conversation on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/team54project/ and see for yourself what a real hero looks like.

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About Audra L.

Audra L. is an author, columnist and community activist who's dedicated to finding truth through research and effective communication. She received her degree in Public Policy and teaches Community Development, Public Speaking and Communications Law to youth throughout the nation. She is the recipient of over 23 awards and honors for her commitment to community outreach initiatives.

13 comments

  1. I have JUST gone through the interview this guy is deep and inspiring. Am hoping he will be on TV.

    please go and check out his organization website and both his facebook profile and that of his organization they are over 90,000 now and are in 169 nations, oh my GOD. He is indeed deserving of the CONSERVATIVE ROLE MODEL OF THE MONTH. He was also recently nominated as one of the TOP 50 startup CEO of African descent in all of north and south America by an Africa group.

    I must appreciate the publisher and the author of this interview DR. Gbujie is indeed one of the finest African minds you will ever meet.

    Take note more AFRICANS will be visiting your blog now and its good we Americans need to know and see that there are other wonderful people like Dr.Daniel trying to save the world, I appreciate the facts that you guys are reaching out to other heroes across the world I hope at the end of the year your organization will give an award to the best global role model. this young African deserve it. MY VOTE IS FOR HIM I WILL BE WATCHING TO SEE IF YOU GUYS WILL.

    ALBERT KLOBER
    SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

  2. I am Shahbaz Modah originally from Iran but based in Chillicothe, OHIO-
    I MUST APPRECIATE THE EFFORT OF THIS ORGANIZATION TEAM 54 PROJECT THEY ARE ACTUALLY HAVE FEW IRAN MEMBERS. I HAVE TO COMMEND this YOUNG African LAD WHO IS OUR HERO for the month. He has succeeded where a lot of people failed, he sees the need to get everyone involved no matter the level of skills or talent that’s a wonderful concept, other NGO simply busy finding problems while he is finding solutions using humans skills and wisdom to address it. Well done. Success comes to those who quit Talking and Start reaching out and taking actions. Congratulations for Looking and Doing.
    his work speaks volumes of the kind of man he is am really shocked that a young African can achieve this much with little support from what I can see – efficient, organized and result-oriented.

    HE HAS SOME PROJECT HE IS DOING PLEASE LET US SUPPORT HIM AS HE contributes POSITIVELY HERE IS A LINK FROM HIS ORGANIZATION FACEBOOK LINKS I HAVE DONATED 5 DOLLARS

    IT IS A GOFUNDME ACCOUNT TO HELP THEM ACHIEVE THEIR VISIONS Seed money for 501 (C) 3 creation https://www.gofundme.com/seed-for-501-c-3-creation?pc=tw_dn_cpgnsharemore_r&rcid=r01-153030888273-958a5303b7824

  3. Eunice Hammond

    Your hard work and effort have paid off! this is indeed a success well deserved, an individual worth celebrating! Congratulations! . For me Doing a great deed is not always about impressive innovation alone. Sometimes it is often about the plain dedication. dr daniel has it I just checked it out on his website and social and he has been consistent.

    please can we share stories of other people maybe not as great as Daniel but are helping the community especially in Kenner town, Louisianna

  4. Thibodaux Emmanuel

    Thibodaux from Lourdes Paris

    This guy is just an African philosopher he obviously is a multiTalented person and that means a lot, how he is connecting members from all over the globe is indeed magical I am a member of TEAM 54 PROJECT when this post was shared i decided to reach out to say all you have heard or seen is true, for him the experience he is having is inspiring him and he works hard and that means alot. The highest reward for human’s effort or work is not what he gets for it, but how it impacts on the lives of those positively

  5. babukari seliah

    If Oscars were given for a job well done, I’d nominate dr gbujie! Congratulations for your fantastic achievement! am an African an have heard much about him he is doing a great job in Liberia.

    they are planting dozens of trees in Montessory county in Liberia

    please let’s support his initiative ordinary Liberians are benefiting though in little ways https://www.gofundme.com/seed-for-501-c-3-creation?pc=tw_dn_cpgnsharemore_r&rcid=r01-153030888273-958a5303b782403a

  6. GABBY ROSERU NON

    when someone is honored or feels appreciated it inspires the person to go far and beyond. so I think THE YOUNG MAN DESERVE IT AND PLEASE I WILL VOTE FOR HIM AS THE GLOBAL YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD BUT AL GORE HAS THE MAIN AWARD. ONE LESSON I CAN PICK AFTER CHECKING IS PROFILE IS THAT HE DOES NOT WORK ALONE there is just so much little that one can do but, together one can achieve much. his dedication and service to the global ecosystem movement are highly appreciated.

    The secret to success is the passion he uses as an opportunity and vehicle to explore, rather than something that is a boring chore. Congratulations.

    i also have joined the group Pease let’s support his initiative IN OUR OWN FORM. https://www.gofundme.com/seed-for-501-c-3-creation?pc=tw_dn_cpgnsharemore_r&rcid=r01-153030888273-958a5303b782403a

  7. babukari seliah

    My grandfather once told me that there were two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was much less competition
    GBUJIE AND HIS GROUP OF TEAM 54 PROJECT are doing a good job here, and am happy their work is acknowledged and his organization is helping alot of communities across the globe reach our targets and goals.

  8. andreww mcintyre

    Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly be satisfied is to do what you believe is great work and the only way to do great work is to love what you do It’s not the hours you put into the work that counts, its the amount of real work you put in the hours that is of importance .

  9. I just want to use this opportunity to say ‘wow’ and ‘ThankYou’ for all your great environment job work.
    It’s an honor for your organization…To have someone like you head it. now see your dedication, skills and talent plus your hard work has taken him and his group to the top.

    HOW CAN I DONATE TO HIS ORGANIZATION

    KENNDY

  10. percious okonta

    Within you is the power to rise above any situation or struggle, and transform into the brightest, strongest version of you ever.
    Every dream is a self-portrait of the person who did it. Autograph your work with excellence.
    Once you have experienced excellence you will never again be content with mediocrity.
    Your dedication, enthusiasm, and insight are really inspiring. I wish you many years of great achievements.

  11. There is an African saying that no matter how big a crowd may be, a person clothed in gold will always stand out!. for thousand of us in TEAM 54 PROJECT, we have come to respect the fact that DR, Gbujie is an exceptional leader and there are not too many of them There’s no one who has worked with him that can lay a complaint. Congrats!
    It’s a pleasure to work with someone who knows how to make a friendly and inspiring work environment. This recognition is just the beginning I know it will open up great doors ahead.

  12. Always proud of Dr. Gbujie, we are definitely in and thank you, CONSERVATIVE MOM, for leading the way
    In the end, one is measured not by how much one undertake but by what one finally accomplish, You will find more success than you had ever thought. Luck has a funny way of coming into people’s life dan is a lucky charm. It follows hard-working people wherever they go and does a no-show for all the slackers. Congrats, you deserved to be the lucky one.

  13. If only we had a competent environmental scientist heading the EPA, and not someone who denies climate change.

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