Seeking an International Climate Displacement Agreement
It’s great to have you back for episode three of the Policy Corner Podcast!
In this episode we have Alina Bill-Weilandt and Delia Roling, who share their thoughts on climate displacement and why there is currently a gap in international law when it comes to recognizing the protection needs of those displaced by the effects of climate change. We also talk about possible approaches to the problem and how the 2016 Paris Climate Agreement could serve as a blueprint for an international climate displacement agreement. Please subscribe and share with your friends, and email your feedback and questions to email@example.com! You can also subscribe to our podcast on iTunes.
This episode was recorded on September 5th, 2017.
Academic Freedom in Singapore and Around the World
In this episode, Alicja Polakiewicz from the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin (gppi.net) discusses what the cancellation of a class at a University in Singapore tells us about the state of academic freedom and what it means for academia around the world. You can read Alicja’s article on the situation in Singapore here. Please […]
The Moment of Hope in Syria’s Revolution
The Policy Corner Podcast Series is back – this time a little different. We’re bringing you the story of Mulham Hendawy, a journalist from Aleppo, Syria. He is taking us onto the streets of Aleppo, and tells us the story of how the Syrian revolution began for him and how it all played out.
Keeping up with China’s Clean Energy Revolution
Great to have you back for episode 9 of our policycorner.org podcast series! Our guest today is Jill van de Walle and she discusses China’s newfound ambitions in the renewable energy sector. She also explains what this means for the European Union and the global fight against climate change. With China projecting dominance in many […]