Climate change – activism, debate and reality. Let our experts help with your coverageSeptember 24, 20191 min read
It’s been a busy week for anyone covering climate change. As 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg delivered a speech at the United Nation slamming world leaders for putting greed and politics ahead of the population’s future – just about every media outlet on the planet has stood up and taken notice.
Climate change is a hot topic amongst politicians, activists, scientists and even the general public. The issue has now become a lens with how policy is shaped with regards to almost every aspect of life moving forward – whether some like it or not. But with such a sensitive topic – getting the facts straight is integral to any journalist’s approach and coverage of this issue.
And that’s where our experts can help with your stories and ongoing coverage.
Richard P. Appelbaum, Ph.D., currently serves as doctoral faculty in the School of Leadership Studies and is an expert in the areas of Globalization; social and ecological sustainability; world-systems theory; the globalization of business and workers' rights.
Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa) is currently a faculty member in the School of Leadership Studies at Fielding Graduate University. His expertise lies in areas of sustainability; counter-hegemonic education; social justice; contrasting Indigenous ways of knowing with Western ones.
Both Richard and Four Arrows are available to speak with media regarding climate change. Simply click on either expert’s icon to arrange an interview.
Richard Appelbaum, Ph.D. Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies
Globalization; social and ecological sustainability; world-systems theory; the globalization of business and workers' rights
Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa) AKA Don Trent Jacobs, Ph.D., Ed.D. Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies
Sustainability; counter-hegemonic education; social justice; contrasting Indigenous ways of knowing with Western ones