The Plant Paradigm

Bernis Cunningham On The State of Nicaragua, Climate Change, & Implementing Change

February 11, 2021 Episode 80
The Plant Paradigm
Bernis Cunningham On The State of Nicaragua, Climate Change, & Implementing Change
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The Plant Paradigm
Bernis Cunningham On The State of Nicaragua, Climate Change, & Implementing Change
Feb 11, 2021 Episode 80

"The only ones who know local solutions are the local people and the climate change problems are local problems."

Bernis Cunningham is the Director of Planting Change Foundation. He is an active lawyer in Nicaragua and studied Environmental Sustainable Management at UC Berkeley. Bernis is a climate change policy adviser in the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and member of international networks such as Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide and Climate Action Network Latin America.  He collaborates with various international NGOs, government delegations, students, teachers, and frontline communities from different parts of the world to develop national and international projects of environmental conservation and human sustainable development, especially on organic agriculture, water management, climate change, and education.

The key topics in today's episode:
- The current condition of Nicaragua
- Having a poor mentality
- Educating rural farmers
- Nicaragua and the Paris Agreement
- Renewable Energy
- Green Washing
- The bad side of renewable energy
- Hydro Energy
- Helping Latin America
- Creating local solutions
- Designing a new governmental system
- Non state solutions
- Teaching children about climate change

Video Version: https://youtu.be/gyBvsM0EBno

Connect with Bernis:
Website | https://www.plantingchangefoundation.org/
Bernis' Piece On The Paris Agreement | https://iep.berkeley.edu/content/paris-agreement-dream
LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernis-cunningham-6ab90b126/?originalSubdomain=ni
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/plantingchange19/
Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/PlantingChangeFoundation

Connect with me:

Instagram | @plant.paradigm
Instagram | @tomsimak
YouTube | The Plant Paradigm
Twitter | @plantparadigm
Website | www.theplantparadigm.com
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Eat plants,
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Show Notes

"The only ones who know local solutions are the local people and the climate change problems are local problems."

Bernis Cunningham is the Director of Planting Change Foundation. He is an active lawyer in Nicaragua and studied Environmental Sustainable Management at UC Berkeley. Bernis is a climate change policy adviser in the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and member of international networks such as Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide and Climate Action Network Latin America.  He collaborates with various international NGOs, government delegations, students, teachers, and frontline communities from different parts of the world to develop national and international projects of environmental conservation and human sustainable development, especially on organic agriculture, water management, climate change, and education.

The key topics in today's episode:
- The current condition of Nicaragua
- Having a poor mentality
- Educating rural farmers
- Nicaragua and the Paris Agreement
- Renewable Energy
- Green Washing
- The bad side of renewable energy
- Hydro Energy
- Helping Latin America
- Creating local solutions
- Designing a new governmental system
- Non state solutions
- Teaching children about climate change

Video Version: https://youtu.be/gyBvsM0EBno

Connect with Bernis:
Website | https://www.plantingchangefoundation.org/
Bernis' Piece On The Paris Agreement | https://iep.berkeley.edu/content/paris-agreement-dream
LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernis-cunningham-6ab90b126/?originalSubdomain=ni
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/plantingchange19/
Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/PlantingChangeFoundation

Connect with me:

Instagram | @plant.paradigm
Instagram | @tomsimak
YouTube | The Plant Paradigm
Twitter | @plantparadigm
Website | www.theplantparadigm.com
Support the show | Buy me a coffee

Subscribe to the podcast:

Apple | Spotify | Stitcher |

Stay happy,
Eat plants,
Peace