In this week’s episode you’ll hear two very interesting chats that I had at COP26.
Both on topics that seem somewhat peripheral but actually have a profound effect on how we as society undergo change to make the planet a better place to live. The first was an obscure stand behind the back of the Blue Zone where I met Vincent Huang the offical artist of Tuvalu – he is bizarrely Tiwanese and specialises in art depicting climate change, frankly fascinating.
And the second part is a conversation with an old friend of ours here at futurenetzero.com – Angus Forbes who was a co-host on series one of Gaia Says No. And with Angus whom I met at a fringe event, we discussed the idea of how we the public can hold our leaders to account in a better way. Is it time to create a body to protect the biosphere and would this prevent the politiking that goes on when it comes to a unified approach to climate change.
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