Climate change: No longer someone else’s problem
12. 03. 19:00h
Kino 35, Štěpánská 35, Prague 1
Host: Vojtěch Boháč, Voxpot
The effects of climate change are felt today in the island nation of Kiribati and all over the world. But what can we, as citizens, do to mitigate the often-disastrous influence of global warming?
Joana Setzer worked as an environmental lawyer in Brazil for eight years. As a post-doctoral fellow at the London School of Economics, her current research focuses on climate litigation and legislation, and with a particular focus on subnational climate policies and action.
Dmitry Muratov (born 30 October 1961 in Kuybyshev) is the former editor-in-chief of the Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. He edited the newspaper between 1995 and 2017. The Novaya Gazeta has been called "the only truly critical newspaper with national influence in Russia today" by the Committee to Protect Journalists.
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