CLIMATE CHANGE - LIFE ON LAND

June 8, 2021

 We travel from Uganda to the Arctic to the High Line in NYC in pursuit of Sustainable Development Goal 15: "Life on land." Explore how biodiversity is connected to climate change, rewilding and famed primatologist Dame Jane Goodall. Created by SDG2030.me, this segment was hosted by Heather Wokusch and co-produced by Gloria Messer for the Manhattan Neighborhood Network. Filmed, directed and edited by Manuel Hammelsbeck.

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