Nick Breeze Rabbi Yonatan, I want to talk to you about the interfaith constituency. Can you talk a little bit about its size and how different parts of it interact with each other? Rabbi… Read More »Rabbi Yonatan Neril – Religion as a global force
UN SECRETARY-GENERAL Opening #COP27- “We must answer the planet’s distress signal with… ambitious, credible climate action.”
Transcript of UN Secretary-General, Opening words: As COP27 gets underway, our planet is sending a distress signal. The latest State of the Global Climate report is a chronicle of climate chaos. As the World Meteorological… Read More »UN SECRETARY-GENERAL Opening #COP27- “We must answer the planet’s distress signal with… ambitious, credible climate action.”
Dr Saleemul Huq is a highly respected climate scientist from Bangladesh who has worked for decades to progress the safety of the most vulnerable people up the climate policymaking agenda. Traditionally the most vulnerable people… Read More »Dr Saleemul Huq | “We have crossed a climate threshold” | ADAPT NOW!
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with former UK Government Chief Science Advisor, Sir David King. Sir David has recently set up the Climate Crisis Advisory Group (CCAG) to respond with… Read More »Sir David King Interview | Arctic Briefing | Climate Crisis Advisory Group
UN Secretary General states the dire climate situation we face sounding more like climate activist than politician.
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with the Director of Development and Communications at EarthLanka, Saffran Mihnar. Saffran is an advocate for climate solutions
IPCC expert reviewer, Dr Peter Carter, is the Director of the Climate Emergency Institute based in Canada. Carter said: “What is happening to prevent these forest fires, droughts, severe storms, powerful hurricanes, floods? What is… Read More »Dr. Peter Carter: summarising the lack of “climate emergency” at #COP25
Nick Breeze: There has been a drop in the rate of the rise of emissions. Should we interpret this as good news? Kelly Levin: The bottom line is that this is bad news because we… Read More »Is the COP process working? World Resources Institute decarbonisation specialist, Kelly Levin
The youth movement has become a key voice at COP25 as countries negotiate action. Thousands of youth strikers took to the streets around the world last week, from here in Madrid to parallel demonstrations in… Read More »Youth strikers march for climate justice
Greta Thunberg has announced at COP25 in Madrid that she realises she has a platform but that she will share it with the world’s most vulnerable people for whom climate change is a reality today.… Read More »Greta Thunberg Press Conference at the UN: I will share my platform
The World Meteorological Organisation has delivered a sobering report on the state of global climate at COP25 in Madrid. Policymakers have for years relied on a get-out clause in the climate change forecasting that implied… Read More »THE WMO Report shows this is the decade climate change was baked in
James Hansen is making his second visit to the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties, COP23 in Bonn to declare that the Paris Agreement “ambition” is a “hoax”. Meet the man still raising the climate alarm.… Read More »James Hansen at COP23: The voice of dissent
Former UNFCCC Executive Secretary, Christiana Figueres, says that business must lead the way to Zero Emissions but is this pie in the sky? Nick Breeze: As noble an effort as it is, should we be calling… Read More »Christiana Figueres: Is Mission Possible impossible?
Featuring:Caroline Lucas, British Member of ParliamentSaleemul Huq, Senior Fellow at the International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED)Kevin Anderson, Deputy Director of Tyndall Centre for Climate Change & Professor at University of Manchester, UKJason Box, professor… Read More »1.5ºC – A New Boundary For Global Warming?