A podcast by Iyaleta– Research, Science and Humanities was launched with the objective of exchanging knowledge about the effects of climate change on black and indigenous populations
Iyaleta – Research, Science and Humanities launched the podcast “Decolonizing the climate,” which is a communication tool that the Research Association uses to share science and research and to exchange knowledge about the impacts and effects of climate change on the realities of the Black and Indigenous populations.
The conversation about how climate change has been affecting us on a daily basis is the focus of the podcast. In the first episode of “Decolonizing the Climate,” the invited guest was the researcher Emanuelle Góes, Epidemiologist and PhD in Public Health from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA). The leader of the line of research “Gender Equity and Justice” at Iyaleta debated the topic “Gender inequalities in climate change.”
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