Indian environmentalist explains how we can build a resilient world: Paris Climate Agreement.

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  • United Nations published this video item, entitled “Indian environmentalist explains how we can build a resilient world: Paris Climate Agreement.” – below is their description.

    The world’s climate crisis means we are seeing more intense storms, rising sea levels, increased drought, and more human suffering. But leading Indian environmentalist Sunita Narain says we don’t have to accept this. We know how to make our villages, farms, cities, streets and homes safer. We must act, as a matter of justice. This is the fourth in the UN’s video explainer series Within Our Grasp.


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