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Not Passive Victims - Youths Planning for their Planet

Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar, Chairperson, Klima Action Malaysia (KAMY) | Sharan Raj, National Coordinator, Bureau for Environment & Climate Crisis, Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) | Natasha Zulaikha, MyHutan

02-Jun-21 15:00

Not Passive Victims - Youths Planning for their Planet

With the effects of climate change already being reported, its impact will only intensify over time, affecting the children and youth of today, who will bear the brunt of our actions. Often burdened with the role as the "last generation that can end climate change", many have taken up the problem and are encouraging more to do so. Ahead of World Environment Day, we speak to young environmental activists about their plans for saving the planet, in the areas of education, technology, science, law and politics. Joining us are Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar, the Chairperson of Klima Action Malaysia or KAMY, Sharan Raj, the National Coordinator of the Bureau for Environment & Climate Crisis at Parti Sosialis Malaysia, and Natasha Zulaikha from the youth-led environmental initiative, MyHutan. This episode is brought to you by Volvo Cars; Redefining freedom to move in a personal, sustainable, and safe way."

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Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs


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Categories:  EnvironmentScience

Tags:  The Bigger PictureEarth MattersWED2021World Environment Day#ForEveryonesSafety #VolvoCarMalaysiaclimate crisisParti Sosialis MalaysiaKlima Action MalaysiaMyHutanyouth movementsenvironmental justiceclimate change





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