New York (PRWEB)
November 2, 2022
The challenge facing the world’s nations to replace the fossil fuels that are destroying our environment with renewable energy and technology is a key global priority. How do you solve social challenges of this scale?
In Net Zero Speaks with Sam Fankhauser, Fanhauser tells Prachi Shevgaonkar, Net Zero climate entrepreneur and Cool The Globe founder: The pressure from young people really made a difference. Young people carry the message of climate change and it is powerful. ”
Funkhouser is Professor of Climate Change Economics and Policy at the University of Oxford, Research Director at Oxford Net Zero and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics.
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The Protect Our Planet Movement, in partnership with Planet Classroom, has launched an acclaimed Net Zero video and podcast series. In this series, his 24 youth climate activists from the Protect Our Planet (POP) Movement in partnership with Planet Classroom raise big questions for international thought leaders working on environmental issues. The question is about how countries are progressing towards net-zero pledges by 2050.
About the Protect Our Planet Movement
The Protect Our Planet (POP) Movement shares information and knowledge with young people on solutions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations, mitigate climate change and adapt to its growth. An initiative aimed at addressing urgent needs. affect. POP aims to reach the scale, scale and momentum that will eventually become a global movement, mobilizing young people around the world to mitigate climate change and protect threatened ecosystems. take the necessary collective action to
About Planet Classroom Network
Hosted by CMRubinWorld, the Planet Classroom Network brings together musicians, dancers, video game creators, filmmakers, activists, learning innovators, and emerging technologists from around the world to entertain, educate, engage, and empower young people. provide a rich cultural experience for Youth-directed and youth-introduced content on the Planet Classroom Network is provided by 30 cultural organizations around the world. Young people from all over the world played a key role in conceptualizing, creating and producing the network’s vision and programme.
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