[Episode 24] We spoke with climate activist and founder of Earth Guardians Zambia, Darwin Melwele, who is looking to make a difference in Zambia through activities of forestation and eco-education in schools.
Unalarmed Now, Alarmed When? Ghanian’s Cocoa Farmers Battling Climate Change
Climate change is persistently affecting the lives of poor and rural African farmers, potentially undermining food security and socio-economic development. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), adaptation to climate change impacts on agriculture has therefore become a major concern to various stakeholders with special emphasis on how to assist farmers in improving their adaptive capacity.
 Discourses Of Climate Delay: In Conversation with William Lamb
[Episode 23] While science confirms the effects of climate change, people still have different opinions about it. With researcher William Lamb, we discuss the forms of delays in climate action.
Participatory Workshop Final Short Paper From The “Conference On Threatened Lake Tanganyika”
On April 9, Rethinking Climate reunited with activists, experts, and interested parties to discuss the effects of climate change in Tanzania. From the final workshop, we drafted a short report.
Wrapping Up COP27 And A Look To The Future
Breakthrough agreement on Loss and Damage Fund, yet serious disagreements on mitigation, climate refugees, and fossil fuel. What the end of this COP27 has brought us.
Brief comments, quotes, and notes towards this conclusive stage of COP27.
We’re At COP27!
Young activist Lamis El Khatieb will be following COP27 and narrating the main points of this important annual moment
On Climate And Law: Rethinking Climate & Youth And Environment Europe Special Podcast Episodes
On climate and law, a podcast to discuss the legal sphere to implement stronger policies in fighting climate change with a resulting collaboration between Rethinking Climate and Youth and Environment Europe to promote clarity on this topic.
[22.1 & 22.2] Wheels Of Consumption In Brazil And Circular Economy In Latin America: In Conversation With Marcelo Cairolli
[Episodes 22.1 & 22.2] We discuss with industrial engineer Marcelo Cairolli the importance of data to help Brazilian administrations to manage the issues of recycling systems and to trace the root of the climate crisis.
The European Union Moves Towards Taking Action Against “SLAPPs”
The EU Commission has proposed a Directive deterring strategic lawsuits against public participation of activists and journalists, conceiving a new line of defense for people committed to climate issues.