"Since November 10 th, 2021, I've been hosting a climate podcast called 1.5 degrees. I want to take you with me, focus on climate crisis, meet people whose work, thoughts and actions are essential for overcoming it (the climate-crisis), explore how the climate crisis can be solved on a systemic level, show how social change works, what role each and every individual can play, how we can get out of this and what all can be made possible if we really want to. "
Luisa Neubauer , environmental activist, Thttps://open.spotify.com/show/28sR8OiOq0MMnGEzMJTXS , translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Are you interested in meeting these people? Listen to the Podcast of Luisa Neubauer and get inspired - as I was inspired!
"A generation ago, I was that 12-year-old child. In 1992, I had five minutes to speak to the UN's Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. My friends and I had started an environmental club, and we'd traveled to this huge international meeting about environment and development to tell the adults they had to change their ways. That same year
1,700 scientists would issue the World Scientists' Warning to
Humanity to tell us that humans and the natural
world were on a collision course. Much like Greta Thunberg and her peers today, we believed that decision-makers should be acting on science and facts. And the facts were telling us that we were headed for ecological collapse".
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