As a child, Rose Kobusinge from Uganda experienced how longer and longer periods of drought affected her local community and their livelihoods. But it wasn’t until she started university that she realized the severity of the climate crisis. Today she’s a climate activist, pushing for the integration of the multiple planetary crisis into the curriculum of all education. Listen as Rose sits down with Swedish Youth Delegate Alice Gimbro Frisk to talk about how we can tackle the triple planetary crisis of biodiversity loss, climate change and pollution.
This Nordic Talks episode is the second of five special podcast episodes, recorded at COP28 in Dubai.
This podcast episode features the following speakers
Rose Kobusinge is a climate mobility activist from Uganda with a Master’s degree in Environmental Change and Management from Oxford University.
Alice Gimbro Frisk
Alice Gimbro Frisk is the UN Youth Delegate for Sweden in the UNFCCC, a climate activist and a law student at Lund University.