Oct 29, 2021
This weekend marks the beginning of COP26. After being delayed for nearly a year because of COVID, diplomats, scientists, corporate lobbyists, NGOs, students, demonstrators, corporations, heads of state, and many, many other invited and uninvited guests are already making their way to Glasgow Scotland for what has been projected to be the most consequential U.N. climate change conference since the Paris Agreement was struck in 2015.
Earlier this week, the Arkbound Foundation published a new anthology, "Climate Adaptation: Accounts of Resilience, Self-Sufficiency and Systems Change." This episode features a discussion I hosted with three of the book's co-authors.
Morgan Phillips is UK co-director of the Glacier Trust, head of insight at Global Action Plan, and author of “Great Adaptations: In the Shadow of a Climate Crisis” (UK)
Carol Manetta is Executive Director of Reap Goodness (USA)
Ashish Kothari is the founder-member of Kalpavriksh, co-coordinator of Vikalp Sangam, and a co-editor/author of several books including “Churning the Earth” and Pluriverse: A Post- Development Dictionary (India)
Host and executive producer: Tom Llewellyn
Series producer: Robert Raymond
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