COP27-special: Paving the way for behavioral change

Is the fight against climate change now seen as so urgent, that it will move humanity towards a more sustainable and just world? Or will we continue to head towards further destruction of biodiversity and natural resources, which are both so important for peace and prosperity? Are today’s parliamentarians able to make the decisions needed to pave the way for behavioral change? These are some of the questions discussed by Axel Eriksson, Swedish Youth Delegate to the UNFCCCand two members of the Norwegian Parliament, Nikolai Astrup, the Norwegian Conservative Party, and Himanshu Gulati, the Norwegian Progress Party, in this special episode of the Nordic Talks podcast, recorded at COP27 in Egypt and moderated by André Jamholt, Senior Advisor at the Nordic Council of Ministers.

This podcast episode features the following speakers

Himanshu Gulati members of the Norwegian Parliament

Himanshu Gulati

Member of the Norwegian Parliament

Nikolai Astrup, the Norwegian Conservative Party

Nikolai Astrup

Member of the Norwegian Parliament 

Axel Eriksson, Swedish Youth Delegate to the UNFCCC

Axel Eriksson

Youth Delegate to the UNFCCC for Sweden

andre jamholt Nordic Council of Ministers

André Jamholt

Senior Advisor at The Nordic Council of Ministers