We are in a Climate Emergency and our House is on Fire! Introducing a youth-led podcast brought to you by The CLEO Institute to discuss the climate crisis, activism, and hope. Recorded in ground-zero Miami, Florida. Download and subscribe to the House on Fire podcast through any of your preferred platforms.
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In this episode, Katrina and Glennys meet with Nayshma Jones, The CLEO Institute’s Climate Resilience and Equity Manager to discuss tokenism during black history month and in the climate movement. Nayshma will also be touching on climate justice issues and its connection to sea level rise and access to beaches, as well as important Black-led initiatives in Miami such as the Virginia Key movement and the work Nayshma is doing on the ground through the Empowering Resilient Women.
Join Katrina and Glennys as they walk you through the greatest hits of House on Fire so far. This recap highlights the most inspiring and motivational moments with guest such as Chris Castro ( Chief of Staff for the Office of State and Community Energy Programs (SCEP), Mayor Daniella Levine Cava (Mayor of Miami Dade County), Matt Haggman (Vice President of Opportunity Miami), Varshini Prakash (Executive Director of The Sunrise Movement), Bill Weir (CNN Climate Correspondent), Hila the Killa (Eco Rapper) and more! Tune in to listen to climate efforts being made in the sunshine state and by our allies from all over the country.
This episode of House On Fire focuses on Miami Dade County’s first ever female Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava and the work she is doing to protect the future of Miami.
This episode of House on Fire focuses on how climate change is hurting our health. Dr. Cheryl Holder, a Miami based physician and professor at Florida International University discusses the inequities she has seen through her time serving the Miami community.
This episode of House on Fire focuses on the importance of science communication in the climate movement. Dr. Katharine Anne Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist and professor of political science at Texas Tech University, shares best practices for speaking up about climate to family and friends, and what she thinks the future will look like.