Terra.do - Solve #climatechange

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In this podcast, Sejal talks to us about the creatures that inhabit Mumbai’s beaches, how empowering citizenry with knowledge can increase their awareness about climate change and how important it is to think of Mumbai’s shorelines as a living, breathing thing.

Show Notes

Sejal Mehta is currently the editor at Marine Life of Mumbai, the flagship project of Coastal Conservation Foundation. Her past work includes Lonely Planet Magazine India, National Geographic Traveller India amongst others. She is a published author of children's books and fiction.

In this podcast, Sejal talks to us about the creatures that inhabit Mumbai’s beaches, how empowering citizenry with knowledge can increase their awareness about climate change and how important it is to think of Mumbai’s shorelines as a living, breathing thing. 

Notes –
01:07 – Marine Life of Mumbai 
10:48 – Coastal Road project 
17:38 – Social media and MLoM’s Instagram account 
22:06 – Coastwise- an intertidal zone festival/celebration 
26:06 – Outreach to the younger generation
28:31 – All about mangroves 
31:29 – Cleaning up of beaches 
33:58 – Media and spreading awareness

What is Terra.do - Solve #climatechange?

Terra.do is an online climate school. We teach you everything climate, connect you to an online community of changemakers and put you to work remotely on high-impact climate projects that need your unique skills.

Our podcasts are focused on climate change, sustainability, development, conservation, and many more issues focused on developing countries, starting with India.