On the Climate Stew Show we produce a segment from the year 2165. That Year in Climate History looks back on the Climate Generation (that would be you and me) to celebrate all of the amazing things we did to address the climate crisis. In writing these segments I sometimes take real events and people and weave them into their hopeful fictional accounts. Other times I make it all up, envisioning a person or group acting creatively.
In this segment of That Day in Climate History you will meet Marisol Jimenez, an immigrant from Mexico to the US. We look at her long career (over 60 years) addressing the climate crisis. While she is not based on any living person that I know, I believe there are many Marisol’s out there already doing the important justice work around climate change. Have a listen (transcript below)