Joseph Hunt, Dee Woods & Andrew Revkin: What Did COP26 Miss?

We turn our attention to the Glasgow COP26 summit, debriefing the action (or inaction) that took place. How much are leaders paying attention to, investing in, and supporting the many community led solutions of fighting climate change by protecting and restoring ecosystems?

This panel discussion featured professor Joseph Michael Hunt, community food advocate Dee Woods, and journalist Andrew Revkin. Panelists addressed the urgent question of how to make grassroots movements toward nature’s solutions the focus of climate action and close the gap between policy and practice.

This discussion took place November 20, 2021 and is the first installment in a conference series focused on environmental policy and was hosted by Biodiversity for a Livable Climate.

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