October 28, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

We interviewed UK politicians, environment advocates and students who attended the Imperial College Climate Symposium last month.

This week the United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP21 is taking place in Paris. What can we expect from the negotiations? What is in the hands of citizens to fight climate change?

I,Science Radio got the views about this important meeting from Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales and Asad Rehman, leader of Friends of the Earth’s work on international climate.

Both of them were speakers at the Imperial College Climate Symposium that took place on campus the 21st of November.


We also got the views from Michael Gonzalez and Jeanne Martin, two Imperial students who attended the Symposium:

Further details on the Symposium, as well as on the outcomes of the international climate negotiations, will be presented in next IScience Radio show on December the 14th, at 5pm.


These interviews were recorded and edited by Angels Codina and Daniel Silva, both studying for an MSc in Science Communication.

Feature Image by Rena Schild