In addition to diving into Germany’s activities for COP28 and discussing the conference’s host, Jennifer Morgan gives insights into her transition from past roles in NGOs to her current position as climate ambassador at the German Federal Foreign Office, as well as into the country’s new feminist foreign policy guidelines.
The fourth episode of the Climate Bridge Podcast addresses environmental and climate justice. Mary and Kira discuss with their guests, Nora Löhle and Dr. Robert Bullard, the importance of equal protection and equal enforcement of environmental laws and regulations for all as well as analyze key environmental and climate justice measures in the Inflation Reduction Act.
In conversation with Assistant Deputy Minister Catherine Stewart of Environment and Climate Change Canada, our hosts Tobias Bernstein (adelphi) and Luisa Kern (Polis180) took an in-depth look at the interlinkage of climate change and foreign policy, but also at the role of women and indigenous people in climate diplomacy.
Lisa Badum (member of the German parliament for the Green party) speaks with hosts Noah Gordon, advisor at adelphi, and Sarah Zitterbarth, climate program leader at Polis180 on topics ranging from Germany’s G7 presidency, to windmill regulations in Bavaria and Texas, to the possibility of a climate club including Germany and North America.