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2.3| The Self Replicating Nature of Climate Change, Discussion with Amy Stapleton

November 06, 2020 Alexia Barrett / Amy Stapleton Season 2 Episode 3
XR University
2.3| The Self Replicating Nature of Climate Change, Discussion with Amy Stapleton
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2.3| The Self Replicating Nature of Climate Change, Discussion with Amy Stapleton
Nov 06, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
Alexia Barrett / Amy Stapleton

In this episode, I sit down with Amy Stapleton, a member of Bristol Youth Strike for Climate, and a young 18-year-old Activist.

I sit down with her and we discuss how she got into activism and why. We also debate about the human effect on climate change and whether Anthropogenic Climate Change has added a self-replicating nature to Climate Change itself, or if it's always been that way.

If you want to support the show don't forget to like, share or review on whatever platform you're listening on.

Background music: Méditation from Thaïs by Nicola Benedetti, violin; Julien Quentin, piano

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/WritingPilgrimage)

Show Notes

In this episode, I sit down with Amy Stapleton, a member of Bristol Youth Strike for Climate, and a young 18-year-old Activist.

I sit down with her and we discuss how she got into activism and why. We also debate about the human effect on climate change and whether Anthropogenic Climate Change has added a self-replicating nature to Climate Change itself, or if it's always been that way.

If you want to support the show don't forget to like, share or review on whatever platform you're listening on.

Background music: Méditation from Thaïs by Nicola Benedetti, violin; Julien Quentin, piano

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/WritingPilgrimage)