Places that may disappear from the map with climate change; listen to podcast

The rise in sea level caused by climate change is a problem for all coastal regions of the planet —including those of Brazil.

But in some places on the planet the threat is even more frightening: there are cities and entire countries that can disappear with the advance of the waters. They are island nations like Tuvalu. The capital of the Philippines, Manila, could sink in 30 years if the world does not reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

At Breakfast this Friday (26), reporter Jessica Maes, who attended the COP26, the UN climate conference, spoke with activists Mitzi Jonelle Tan and Bernard Ewekia; scientist Paulo Artaxo, professor at the USP Physics Institute and member of the IPCC (UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change); environmental lawyer Caroline Prolo; and Elissa Lalande, one of the representatives of the Seychelles government at the COP.

​The audio program is published on Spotify, Folha’s partner streaming service in the initiative and which specializes in music, podcast and video. You can listen to the episode by clicking below. To access the app, simply register for free.

Listen to the episode:

Breakfast is published from Monday to Friday, always at the beginning of the day. The episode is presented by journalists Angela Boldrini, Magê Flores and Jessica Maes, who also signs the script. The production is by Natália Silva and Victor Lacombe. Sound editing is by Thomé Granemann.

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