Recently, a group of our Princeton students and faculty traveled to Sharm El Sheik, Egypt for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – or COP27. While there, the students had a first-hand opportunity to observe the proceedings of the largest global gathering on climate change.
In this episode we talk with some of the students who went to COP27 as well as to one of their faculty advisors, to hear first-hand about their experiences in Sharm El Sheik, what they learned, and any advice they have for the rest of us as we navigate global climate change.
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The Dean’s Dialogue is a monthly podcast hosted by Amaney Jamal, Dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. The show is produced and edited by Miji Bell, Egan Jimenez, and the Princeton Broadcast Center.