TFS Interview: Yulissa Arce, From Paris to Orlando

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2015 was the hottest year ever By NASA Scientific Visualization Studio – https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov / Goddard Space Flight Center

I sat down with Yulissa Arce the Director of Outreach for Organize Now  and the Florida Institute for Reform and Empowerment (F.I.R.E) earlier this week to discuss Climate Change and its local impact. Climate Change is a subject many conservative politicians want to avoid discussing and it does have serious local implications. The interview focuses on the movement around Climate Change education, the recent United Nations global climate change agreements. Also discussed are the local challenges and solutions to our climate crisis, and learn how you can get involved to achieve climate justice.

Audio interview below:

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