Video archive: Will technology save us on a hotter planet? with Neela Banerjee


Neela Banerjee

We welcome Neela Banerjee, Chief Climate Editor, NPR.

Technology is certain to play a key role in limiting and addressing climate change. But is it enough to avert the extreme weather events that threaten millions of people worldwide? Geopolitical rivalries, political inertia, and policy disagreements continue to slow a process that needs to rapidly advance, especially as countries least responsible for the climate crisis become impacted the most. Neela Banerjee, the Chief Climate Editor at NPR, will discuss how we might challenge our current understanding of the climate crisis and suggest ways citizens might respond.

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