"With the practical things we do it can sometimes feel like sacrifice and that's not a good space to feel like you're living life from. This feeling of giving things up, as human beings we don't want to live like that. We want to live in a full, joyful, happy, nourishing way...and we need arts and culture to show us how to do that. To see that a better world is possible and that we're not sacrificing, we're not giving up, we're just living in a different, better way for both us and the planet."
In a break from the usual structure, hosts Eilidh McLaughlin and Jenny Fraser Harris debrief their differing and shared experiences of COP26 in the 9th episode of their podcast, Climate Crisis Culture.
Tune in to catch this honest and heartfelt conversation which details the ups and downs of their personal experiences during the two weeks of COP26.
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Hosts: Jenny Faser Harris and Eilidh McLaughlin
Editing + Artwork: Jenny Fraser Harris
Show Notes: Eilidh McLaughlin
Music: Michael Weldon