Roots of Resilience Episode 5 Reflections from COP28
Roots of Resilience Episode 5
Reflections from COP28
In this special Episode of Roots of Resilience, we come to you from COP28 in Dubai. Listen now to hear what’s really happening on the ground at COP28, as host Chithira Vijayakumar speaks with Souparna Lahiri, GFC’s Climate Campaigner and Advisor, and Dil Raj Khanal, National Policy Facilitator at FECOFUN, Nepal, on how it impacts forests and communities who depend on them.
We hear how the politics of the UNFCCC continues to relegate Indigenous Peoples, Civil Society, Grassroots Communities, and those most impacted by Climate Change to the fringes of policy discussions and decisions.
Despite corporate lobbying and false solutions continuing to cloud discussions, we hear how so many continue to go above and beyond to make their voices heard and refuse to cede their spaces or back down.
Listen now to hear what’s really happening on the ground at COP28.
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Chithira Vijayakumar, host, co-producer
Coraina de la Plaza, co-producer
Ismail Wolff, editor, co-producer
Cover Art: Ismail Wolff
Souparna Lahira, Senior Climate and Biodiversity Adviser, GFC
Dil Raj Khanal, GFC Board Member, FECOFUN, Nepal
‘Black Catbird’ by the Garifuna Collective
Licensor: Stonetree Records
Link & creative Commons license details: https://shikashika.org/birdsong/artists/the-garifuna-collective/
8 December 2023