Further updates from Fenja, this year’s Dietrich fellow, and her travels around the globe.
In the days following heated climate talks at the COP26, we continue with the second of this two-part series with a few notable good reads that draw attention to the urgency of climate action, and in particular, the need to listen to those voices that are disproportionately impacted by climate change.
As climate talks at the COP26 wind down, here are a few notable good reads from the month that draw attention to the urgency of climate action and growing concern about the heavy toll that climate anxiety and uncertain futures is having on global youth.
With COP26 underway in Glasgow, we offer a post from Jennifer Morgan, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, and a committed advocate and activist for climate justice.
Korean Language Village dean Dafna Dahee Zur offers some good reads on K-pop, its cultural influence around the globe, and how North Korea views the widespread popularity of South Korean media.