54 min

Dusting Off Climate History: Insights from the Experts Coming Clean - An Environmental Podcast

    • Politics

Dr. Elmore and Dr. Breyfogle discuss their backgrounds in environmental history and their involvement in the COP 28 conference in Dubai. They explore the intersection of history and the environment, the perception of environmental challenges by students, and the historical context of climate change. They also share insights from their experience at COP 28 and the impact on their students. The conversation delves into the history and evolution of climate change negotiations, the surprising dynamics of COP events, and the personal experiences and takeaways of the speakers. It also emphasizes the importance of individual actions and the need for a collective effort to address environmental challenges.

Takeaways

The intersection of history and the environment provides valuable insights into the challenges of climate change and the historical context of environmental issues.

Students today perceive environmental challenges as non-partisan and are actively engaged in addressing environmental issues.

The COP 28 conference in Dubai provided an invaluable opportunity for students to engage with global leaders, learn about climate change initiatives, and have their voices heard.

The historical context of climate change and environmental challenges offers valuable lessons and solutions for addressing present-day issues.

The involvement of educators and students at COP 28 highlighted the importance of learning, networking, and actively participating in global climate change discussions. The history and evolution of climate change negotiations reveal the changing dynamics of international cooperation.

COP events operate on the basis of peer pressure and goodwill, rather than penalization or sanctions, to encourage nations to commit to climate change goals.

Individual actions and choices matter significantly in contributing to sustainability and addressing environmental challenges.

The need for a collective effort and a bipartisan approach to environmental issues is emphasized, drawing from historical examples of bipartisan cooperation in the past.


Follow American Conservation Coalition on all major social platforms at ACC_National.

Donate to ACC: https://donate.acc.eco/comingclean 
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Dr. Elmore and Dr. Breyfogle discuss their backgrounds in environmental history and their involvement in the COP 28 conference in Dubai. They explore the intersection of history and the environment, the perception of environmental challenges by students, and the historical context of climate change. They also share insights from their experience at COP 28 and the impact on their students. The conversation delves into the history and evolution of climate change negotiations, the surprising dynamics of COP events, and the personal experiences and takeaways of the speakers. It also emphasizes the importance of individual actions and the need for a collective effort to address environmental challenges.

Takeaways

The intersection of history and the environment provides valuable insights into the challenges of climate change and the historical context of environmental issues.

Students today perceive environmental challenges as non-partisan and are actively engaged in addressing environmental issues.

The COP 28 conference in Dubai provided an invaluable opportunity for students to engage with global leaders, learn about climate change initiatives, and have their voices heard.

The historical context of climate change and environmental challenges offers valuable lessons and solutions for addressing present-day issues.

The involvement of educators and students at COP 28 highlighted the importance of learning, networking, and actively participating in global climate change discussions. The history and evolution of climate change negotiations reveal the changing dynamics of international cooperation.

COP events operate on the basis of peer pressure and goodwill, rather than penalization or sanctions, to encourage nations to commit to climate change goals.

Individual actions and choices matter significantly in contributing to sustainability and addressing environmental challenges.

The need for a collective effort and a bipartisan approach to environmental issues is emphasized, drawing from historical examples of bipartisan cooperation in the past.


Follow American Conservation Coalition on all major social platforms at ACC_National.

Donate to ACC: https://donate.acc.eco/comingclean 
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

54 min