Why is international cooperation on Climate Change so important? – A discussion with the United Nations Association St Andrews
This episode is a podcast recording is from a live radio discussion on the 23rd of February 2019 with the United Nations Association St Andrews branch on St Andrews Radio (STAR).
The podcast revolves around the big two questions of why international cooperation on Climate Change is important and what the UN is doing to enable sustainable development?
We discuss climate change, international cooperation, the work of the UN, what the UNA St Andrews branch is and does, human rights, climate change refugees, grassroot involvement, the Sustainable Development Goals and what gives us, as a group of students, hope for the future.
In the studio I was joined by Iuliia Drobysh, Jurin Flores, Depali Kai and Elsa Kivinen.
I hope you enjoy this episode and are inspired to tune into future live radio shows of “Eco-Activist Journeys” (Fb: @ecoactivistjourneys).
Together we are the change we wish to see in the world. Let’s inspire each other!