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Born in the south of Mexico, she was raised in rebel Zapatista autonomous municipalities to later settle down in San Cristobal de las Casas where she cofounded ''La Casa de las Flores'', a non-profit dedicated to educate, feed and care for the marginalized children living on extreme poverty in the streets of her city. After graduating from Nursing school she enrolled in Biotechnology and Astrophysics.
Climate change is a sensitive topic for many of us, not only for the severity of it but for the emotional footprint that thinking about this reality leaves in our day. Can we fearlessly discuss and explore the subject? Yes, The Elephant podcast masters just that; with story-driven narrations it examines not so much the problems but the solutions.
How did we get to this point as a species? How might international relations between powers be impacted by a climate agreement? How fast are the oceans rising, and what can coastal cities do to protect themselves? What might a world and an economic system premised on no emissions look like, given this is what the UN tells us we need to get to by 2100?
Each episode of The Elephant investigates a question like this and consists of a story through the words of the world's biggest experts. I assure you, climate change has never been explored this way before.