Women's Six Nations 2021: England's Claudia MacDonald on tackling climate change

Credit: BBC Sport- Published on April 10, 2021
For England's Claudia MacDonald, it is all about the 1%. That is how England will win the World Cup and how she will fight climate change.

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Published on April 8, 2021 -  06:46
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With the Climate Reality Project, Al Gore is helping mold future leaders to build the movement for climate survival and social justice from the ground up. He introduces us to four of the Project's graduates, each of whom confronts climate change on their own terms: Ximena Loría, founder of Misión 2 Grados, an NGO influencing public policy in Central America; Nana Firman, "daughter of the rainforest" and advocate for climate justice among Indigenous peoples; Gloria Kasang Bulus, a Nigerian activist for women and education; and Tim Guinee, a first responder and climate change fighter in upstate New York. Together, they're gathering local actors into a global, grassroots movement that aims to turn the climate fight around.

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