It's Action for Climate Empowerment and Civil Society day at COP27 today (as well as Energy!) which means - surprise bonus! - we are re-engaging with another episode from last year! Race and Climate Change are inextricably linked, as our guest Dr Charles Ogunbode discusses with Chris Sims. In this episode, we look at why the conversation about the environment is missing out on a vital demographic, when that same demographic tends to shoulder most of the impacts.
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