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Solarpunk Futures: Imagining a New World

Interview with Dr Hélène Jacot Des Combes on Climate Change and the Marshall Islands Solarpunk Futures

In this episode, Christina De La Rocha talks to Dr Hélène Jacot Des Combes, Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation Advisor to the National Disaster Management Office of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. They discuss sea level rise, infrastructure that can adapt to climate change, and land reclamation and protection. Dr Des Combes speaks passionately about reparations (for decades of colonialism, the US’s testing of atomic weapons on the atolls of the Marshall Islands, forced relocation of the Marshallese people, climate injustice, and much more) and advocates for the Marshallese peoples’ right to their own lands.You can read more about the Marshall Islands' unique position at the forefront of sea level rise at PacificaRisa.org. For further reading, check out the Republic of the Marshall Islands' Climate Change website here, you can read up on the Government of the Marshall Islands' Adaptation Communication (Dec 2020) here, and the World Bank's page on the Marshall Islands has some informative visuals. Connect with Solarpunk Magazine at solarpunkmagazine.com and on Twitter @solarpunklitmagConnect with Ariel at her blog or on Twitter at @arielletjeConnect with Christina at her blog or on Twitter @xtinadlr Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
  1. Interview with Dr Hélène Jacot Des Combes on Climate Change and the Marshall Islands
  2. Interview with John Okhiulu from the Decolonizing Wealth Project
  3. "Must Solarpunk Should?" – Our Nonfiction Editors Discuss
  4. Solar Futures: an Interview with ASU's Joey Eschrich & Clark Miller
  5. Interview with Nina Munteanu

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