How does Climate Change intersect with Water Security and Social Justice? - A case of Toluca, Mexico City
Welcome to this riveting episode of our podcast where we deep-dive into Toluca, the heart of Central Mexico with distinguished professor, researcher, and scholar of Environmental Science & Policy, Prof. Tim Downs. Together with my co-host, Marissa Kulkarni, a seasoned GIS Expert and Analyst in the renewable energy sector, we unravel the intricate nexus between climate change, water security, and social justice.Enjoy the episode and get the rare opportunity to witness how the ripple effects of climate change seep through to the very essence of our daily life, igniting a compelling conversation on the very urgent and pressing issues of our time. Prof Downs shades some light and paints a vivid picture of integrating system dynamics and the co-creation enterprise using deep-rooted knowledge and first-hand experiences from working in Africa, Europe, Latin America, and North America in building resilience in the face of climate change.Tune in to explore the real, human side of these global challenges with a plethora of local impacts and get to understand the struggles, embrace the solutions, and become a part of the change that society so desperately needs. Enjoy the listen and remember to subscribe to our channels to stay updated on future conversations.