Where does it take place?
Granted, climate change is the biggest challenge we face in the 21st century. We've heard it a thousand times, but what does that mean? How do I have to act in the midst of apocalyptic and blaming messages? Why don't I do anything when I know I should? Does it help me to change if the economic system does not change? Dozens of news are crowded every day in newspapers, news and social networks. Also tips for a more sustainable life that, however, make us feel worse. Faced with the avalanche of information, we find ourselves powerless, overwhelmed, disoriented. And at the same time, we need to do something, because this matters to us. Although we know that structures must be changed, the question always emerges: What do I do now?
Andreu Escrivá: He has a degree in Environmental Sciences, a Master in Ecosystem Conservation and a PhD in Biodiversity. He works as a scientific disseminator in his spare time, and regularly collaborates with various press, radio and television media. In 2016 he won the XXII European Prize for Scientific Dissemination General Study with the book It is not yet late: keys to understanding and stopping climate change. He is currently an Environmental Projects Technician at the València Clima i Energia Foundation, where he is responsible for the Climate Change Observatory.