Welcome to another episode of Outrage + Optimism, where we examine issues at the forefront of the climate crisis, interview change-makers, and transform our anger into productive dialogue about building a sustainable future.
This week, Tom plays the role of roving reporter live from Climate Week NYC and shares his analysis of UNGA and the growing public concern around the UN’s ability to maintain the momentum and vision that we so desperately need to keep us on track to meet our global goals. Tom also shares an incredible finding with us all presented by former O+O guest, John Marshall, CEO of Potential Energy Coalition, that the winning message that caused people to unite behind climate change action is….love. The hosts beautifully discuss what this means for us as a global community and how we should stay as close to this source as possible.
Throughout the episode, we also hear from a range of voices captured by Tom throughout the first part of the week from leaders representing civil society, private corporations, youth, state legislatures and communication professionals.
Music this week comes from Annie Hamilton and her incredible track, 'Electric Night'.
NOTES AND RESOURCES
Celine Herweijer, Group Chief Sustainability Officer at HSBC
Ellen Jackowski, Chief Sustainability Officer and EVP at Mastercard
Mary Robinson, Chair of The Elders
Isabelle Offer, Photographer
Phil Drew, Partner at Brunswick Group
Sally Fouts, Director of The Climate Pledge at Amazon
Secretary Wade Crowfoot, California Secretary for Natural Resources Agency
Check out the dreamy and fuzzy version of ‘electric night’
Learn more about the Paris Agreement.
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