UNESCO Green Citizens podcast

Tune in to the new UNESCO Green Citizens podcast series, which brings you to the frontlines of citizen-led climate action from the comfort of wherever you are.

Highlighting the complementarity between UNESCO’s scientific expertise and local action on the ground, in each episode you are invited to learn about key environmental issues from 5 UNESCO experts, and 5 inspiring local project owners providing solutions.

Immerse yourself in the Namib Desert, Mexico’s Sierra Gorda, Grand Bahama island, an urban forest in Australia and Morocco’s Al Hoceima National Park… in their own local environments, their daily lives, with their expectations and their vision for targeting climate change.

UNESCO Green Citizens is an initiative that brings together local citizen solutions, UNESCO’s scientific expertise and young people’s willingness to get involved in the fight against climate change. It highlights more than 150 innovative and scalable projects carried out by citizens in 65 countries, to show just how much local citizen action can help combat climate change.

This series, produced by Radio France, was made possible thanks to the support of the Klorane Botanical Foundation, and the participation of committed UNESCO experts and project owners.


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