Pauline Dube

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Alexandria Villasenor

Episode 1

13 year old activist, organizer and school striker making her voice heard at the gates of the United Nations

New York City, U.S.A.

Pauline Dube

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Rhiana Gunn-Wright

Episode 2

Policy Lead at New Consensus devising the ‘Green New Deal’, an economic stimulus plan for the United States that builds on social equity and the needs of the environment

Michigan, U.S.A.

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

Episode 3

Founder and CEO of Ocean Collectiv, a strategy consulting firm on ocean conservation to enhance food security, economies, and cultures

New York, U.S.A.

Pauline Dube

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Wahleah Johns

Episode 4

Co-founder of Black Mesa Water Coalition and Native Renewables, implementing a new green economy in the Navajo Nation

Oakland, U.S.A

Pauline Dube

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Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr

Episode 6

Mayor of Freetown, Sierra Leone rebuilding her city in the aftermath of civil war and the 1990’s Ebola crisis with green thinking in mind

Freetown, Sierra Leone

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Dalee Sambo Dorough

Episode 7

Chair of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, and former chair of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Rights, applying her knowledge of indigenous wisdom around the world to climate issues in the Arctic Circle.

Anchorage, U.S.A

Pauline Dube

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Thao Vu

Episode 8

Eco-fashion designer based in Cao Bằng, Vietnam. Founder of fashion label Kilomet109 working with local women artisans to preserve and develop natural dyeing, silk production, and fabric weaving techniques derived in the area.—

Hanoi, Vietnam

Pauline Dube

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Pauline Dube

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Co-Author of the UN IPCC Special Report 1.5- research proving that together we can place a cap on climate change within twelve years

Gaborone, Botswana

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Jennifer Marlon

Episode 2

Research Scientist at the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication exploring crucial indicators for the future

Connecticut, U.S.A.

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Mohamed Nasheed

Episode 3

First democratically elected president of the Maldives, fighting to save his country from sea level rises, and encouraging world leaders to work together on climate change

The Maldives

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Majandra Rodriguez Acha

Episode 4

Co-founder of TierrActiva Peru, connecting urban leaders and activists to indigenous communities affected by climate change

Lima, Peru

Pauline Dube

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Reecha Upadhyay

Episode 6

Campaigns Director at Purpose Climate Lab India and co-founder of Help Delhi Breathe using creativity, knowledge and people-power to turn citizen action into policy

Delhi, India

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Eriel Tchekwie Deranger Episode 7

Co-founder and executive director of Indigenous Climate Action, the first indigenous climate organization in Canada, fighting against expansion of tar sands in Alberta and mineral extraction above and below the Arctic line.

NYC, U.S.A

Pauline Dube

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Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

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A pioneering leader in indigenous rights, seeking justice for women and girls left behind by climate migration


 

Chad, North Africa

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Anna Jane Joyner

Episode 2

Christian climate activist using the act of stewardship to inspire her community into protecting the Earth

Alabama, U.S.A.

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Jill Pegnataro

Episode 3

Farm Manager and Hatchery Technician at GreenWave, teaching new and existing farmers how to grow nutrient-rich food sources while sequestering carbon from the atmosphere
 

Connecticut, U.S.A.

Pauline Dube

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Inna Braverman

Episode 4

Israeli inventor and co-founder of Eco Wave Power, reimagining wave power for coastal cities and nations

Tel Aviv, Israel

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Clare Miflin

Episode 6

Co-founder of the Center for Zero Waste Design and founder of ThinkWoven looking to the wisdom of nature for answers on how we can close the gaps where trash usually falls through

NYC, U.S.A

Pauline Dube

Episode 1

Céline Semaan

Episode 8

Celine Semaan is the founder of The Library Study Hall, a forum used to educate the fashion industry on sustainability literacy, and Slow Factory, a research and development lab helping fashion brands commit to a circular approach to production waste.

NYC, U.S.A

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Marjan Minnesma

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Driving force behind the world's first climate liability lawsuit, and its historic victory.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Yvette Abrahams

Episode 2

 

Former apartheid activist and Commissioner for Gender Equality working towards an equitable, low-carbon future for her country.

Cape Town, South Africa

Judi Wakhungu & Alice Kaudia Episode 3

 

The women behind the world's toughest plastic bag ban.

Paris, France and Nairobi, Kenya

Rachelle Strauss

Episode 3

 

Founder of Zero Waste Week, reminding the world there’s no such place as ‘away’.

Gloucestershire, UK

Dr Stella Hartinger

Episode 4


Doctor and researcher exploring the global health impacts of climate change and fossil fuel pollution.

Lima, Peru

Dr Vandana Shiva

Episode 5


 

World-renowned author, activist, pioneer, scientific advisor, food sovereignty advocate and seed saver.

Delhi, India

Neha Mistra

Episode 5


 

Neha Misra is the Co-Founder of Solar Sister, a social enterprise connecting the dots between energy justice, climate justice and women’s rights.

Delhi, India

President Hilda Heine

Episode 6


 

Hilda Heine is a Marshallese
educator and politician, currently
serving as the eighth President
of the Marshall Islands.

Marshall Islands

Tessa Khan

Episode 1


 

International human rights lawyer helping citizens take their governments to court over climate change.

A Bangladeshi-Australian working all over the world

Tara Houska

Episode 2

 

Tribal rights attorney and activist, fighting to defund dangerous fossil fuel infrastructure.

Minnesota, USA

Siân Sutherland

Episode 3


 

Former plastic addict now campaigning with A Plastic Planet to #TurnOffThePlasticTap.

London, UK

Katharine Wilkinson

Episode 3

 

Lead writer of Project Drawdown: ‘the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming’.
 

Atlanta, USA

Dr Anne Poelina

Episode 4

 

Nyikina Traditional Custodian and academic working in Indigenous health, education, language and community development.

Kimberley, Western Australia

Katharine Wilkinson

Episode 5

 

Lead writer of Project Drawdown: ‘the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming’.
 

Atlanta, USA

Kumi Naidoo

Episode 6


 

Lifelong activist, anti-apartheid campaigner, former head of Greenpeace and now Director General of Amnesty International.

South African activist now based in London

Our Children’s Trust Plaintiffs Episode 1


 

Kelsey, Victoria and Ridhima: suing their governments to protect their future.

USA, India and across the world

May Boeve

Episode 2

 

Activist, organiser and Executive Director of global grassroots climate movement 350.org

Brooklyn, NY, USA

Chelsea Briganti & Leigh Ann Tucker Episode 3


 

Creators of LOLIWARE: game-changing bioplastics that are good enough to eat.

New York, USA

Siwatu-Salama Ra

Episode 4

 

Mother and daughter activists fighting for environmental and social justice – and now against Siwatu’s unjust prison sentence.

Detroit, USA

Sarra Tekola

Episode 4

 

Climate justice and Black Lives Matter activist working on a PhD in climate science.

Seattle, USA

Blessing Ekanem

Episode 5


 

Blessing works with local women to bring clean energy solutions and the opportunity to mitigate climate change, to the communities most affected.

Ayo, Nigeria

Christiana Figueres

Episode 6


International diplomat working
on policy and multilateral negotiations. Appointed Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2010.

Costa Rican diplomat now based in Washington DC