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Neelima Vallangi is a national award-winning photographer and well published travel writer. For the past one year she has been researching and covering the climate crisis for news media and other forms. She is currently working on a feature length documentary film tentatively titled "The Human Cost of Climate Crisis" set in Nepal, due to be released by December 2020. She was recently featured by India Climate Collaborative as one of the 40 young leaders to raise awareness and strengthen commitments with their solutions on climate and development. She is also working on an independent newsletter titled "Climate Matters". She continues to research and report for mainstream publications on the climate crisis, with a special focus on the Himalayas and South Asia.
In this podcast, Neelima talks about her climate journey, filming her documentary “The Human Cost of Climate Crisis”, talking about climate grief on social media, youth activism and what needs to be done to solve the current climate crisis.
03:28 – Neelima’s climate journey
08:47 – More on Neelima’s documentary ‘The Human Cost of Climate Crisis’
10:54 – India Climate Collaborative
12:21 – India and climate change
14:04 – Women and climate change
15:55 – Social media and climate grief
21:41 – Indian media and climate change
27:55 – Call of action - collective responsibility