#26: Vanishing Places in the Pacific Islands with Lynn Englum

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“These places are very vulnerable and not visited very often, and that puts them out of peoples minds.”

Since January 2019, Lynn Englum has travelled in remote parts of the Pacific Islands to better understand the impacts of climate change and community solutions to climate change.  Vanishing Places are among the most vulnerable countries, communities and ecosystems in the world. Lynn will tell more about what this journey has meant for her over the past 9 months, and what she’s discovered as she follows the ‘breadcrumbs of the universe’ with interviews, drone videography and photography.

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Since January 2019, Lynn from @vanishingplaces has travelled in remote parts of the Pacific Islands to better understand the impacts of climate change and community solutions to climate change.  Vanishing Places are among the most vulnerable countries, communities and ecosystems in the world. Lynn will tell more about what this journey has meant for her over the past 9 months, and what she’s discovered as she follows the ‘breadcrumbs of the universe’ with interviews, drone videography and photography. Lynn’s stories will transform the way you perceive climate change. Please support by sharing it! PS [ @studneymuffin nailed it on this #episodeartwork, amirite?!] #climatestrike #climatechange #journey #explorer #travellingmindspodcast

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