Switzerland-based doctoral researcher Sauradeep Majumdar captivated judges and global audiences alike in the FameLab International 2020 Online Final in November with his talk explaining how scientists are using carbon capture to combat climate change.
The Climate Connection
The Climate Connection brings people around the world together to meet the challenges of climate change. Through arts and culture, education and the English language, it is about ideas, innovation and real change.
The British Council is implementing the 'Leadership for Advancing Development in Bangladesh (LEAD Bangladesh)' project in Bangladesh to empower young people in Bangladesh as leaders in their communities to identify innovative, sustainable solutions to local and global challenges in climate change and action.
The Active Citizens Programme in Bangladesh is working with local partners to support the success and legacy of COP26, creating opportunities for cooperation, dialogue and action in arts, education and science that address the shared challenges of climate change. Find out more.
Journalist and filmmaker Subina Shrestha moderates a panel on Environment and Feminist Response at WOW Global 24 with Dr. Sharmind Neelormi (Bangladesh), widely published academician and climate change expert, social scientist Laxmi Gurung (Nepal) and environmentalist Dr Fozia Tahir (Pakistan) talk about climate vulnerability and the gender dimension in climate change. Watch the video.
Watch this video of superstar South Korean group BLACKPINK asking fans to take climate action for #COP26.
Watch their conversation about the issues facing the planet. Find out what we can do to meet the challenges of climate change.
Creative teams from around the world get commissions to explore climate change through art, science and digital technology.
The Climate Connection is a ten-part podcast series from the British Council which explores the relationship between the climate crisis and language education.