On today’s show we meet two Bangladeshi Canadians whose stories speak to the unequal way climate change is felt around the world. UPenn Sociologist Daniel Aldana Cohen talks about his hopes and fears for a warming planet.

This episode is produced in partnership with Dissent Magazine, the podcast Hot and Bothered, and the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.

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