Ask a COP26 expert - questions closed!

The Topical Talk Student Hub gives you a chance to ask questions of experts about each Project. COP26, the United Nations Climate-Change summit.

Fantastic questions which have been asked specifically to one of our experts, based on what they've achieved or researched, is what we're looking for. We then pick 5 questions for each expert and publish their answers for you to see (see an example here!).

We have now asked picked questions for Al Gore, Shaama Sandooyea, Dhruti Chakravarthi but you can still ask questions of Hernán Payaguaje.


Our experts

Former American Vice President Al Gore (QUESTIONS CLOSED)

Al Gore was American Vice President between 1993-2000. He is now the founder and chairman of The Climate Reality Project, an organisation devoted to solving the climate crisis.

He is the author of several best-selling books on the climate crisis - including "An Inconvenient Truth" and "Earth in the Balance". He is the subject of the documentary movie “An Inconvenient Truth,” which won two Oscars in 2006 and a second documentary in 2017, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.” In 2007, Gore was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, along with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, for “informing the world of the dangers posed by climate change.” Al Gore's Ted Talks on climate change have been viewed over 5 million times!

Watch him explain the climate crisis to children families below (this video is from 2018). What questions do you have for Al Gore?


Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea (QUESTIONS CLOSED)

Shaama Sandooyea is a Mauritian marine biologist and climate activist who held the world’s first ever underwater climate strike in the Indian Ocean. Shaama held up signs saying: “Youth Strike for Climate” and “Nou Reklam Lazistis Klimatik” (Mauritian creole for “We Demand Climate Justice”), and these gained a lot of publicity. Learn more about her protest below. What would you like to ask Shaama?


Dhruti Chakravarthi (QUESTIONS CLOSED)

Dhruti Chakravarthi was chosen to be an observer at COP25 - the last United Nations Climate-change summit, through the University of Edinburgh. According to their website, observers help to interpret what is happening at the COP and explain this to others, amplify the voices of people that aren't being heard, and much more.

Dhruti was selected to represent India as a Climate Reality Leader at a course in Los Angeles, and she also won the Commitment to Sustainability award from her university for outstanding contribution to sustainability in the community.

Dhruti is also the Editor of the University of Edinburgh Student Newspaper. Watch her talk about curiosity (and butterflies!) below.

What questions do you have for Dhruti?


Hernán Payaguaje

Hernan comes from the indigenous Siekopai community of San Pablo, Ecuador, located, where his people have lived for generations.

Hernan made the most of the unique opportunity to study at university, where he began to believe that for his people to survive in a rapidly changing landscape, they would need to learn to use modern technology, as well as legal and political systems, to their benefit, while maintaining a strong cultural identity. Hernan was a founding member of the indigenous organization Ceibo Alliance - which represents the indigenous people of four nationalities of the Ecuadorian Amazon - A'i Kofan, Siekopai, Siona, and Waorani - who decided to come together in an alliance to fight for the defence of their culture, territory and life.

Hernán would be particularly interested in your questions about speaking up for indigenous peoples in global discussions and his experience of this in the past. Learn more about the Ceibo Alliance, which Hernan helped set up, below!


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Comments (378)

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    03 Sep 2021

    My question for Former American Vice President Al Gore
    What made you want to look at climate change specifically and write books on this global issue, and create a foundation dedicated to climate change?
    And do you think that the reason that encouraged you to do so could influence a percentage of the world's population to become more aware of climate change?

    1. British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      healthy_antelope's comment 07 Sep 2021

      I think that the reason why he looked into this issue is because of its large size and the dangers that are unknown to a very large number of people who do not know that this change could result in the worst possibilities they expected, that is, it could cause their deaths. Of course, this was a clear reason for opening It is possible that a large number of the world's population are now aware of climate change and its risks, but we need someone to implement and give results of this thing that they have become aware of.

      1. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        versatile_satsuma's comment 07 Sep 2021

        Of course, these are reasons for him to take it seriously, but what made him think about looking at these things, ie, what is the incentive?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    03 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea

    As you said, you see that the ocean is a magical world and that there is life in it , This point is important for an age group, namely children , How do you think of exploiting children's imagination and mental abilities in their early stages of life?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      healthy_antelope's comment 06 Sep 2021

      Could you rephrase this, healthy_antelope, so we have a better idea of what you mean? Do you mean to ask how we can expand children's imaginations about the ocean, so they feel more motivated to protect it?

      1. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 06 Sep 2021

        Yes, that is what I mean, children are the most creative group if their mental abilities are used correctly

      2. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 06 Sep 2021

        Yes, and also to take their ideas seriously and not ignore them, especially the ideas of the inventions they are thinking of.

  • British Council.jpg empathetic_thought | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    03 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Al Gore this question.
    In your opinion, if a person ignores this global warming, when will the world end?

    1. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      empathetic_thought's comment 06 Sep 2021

      This is something that no one knows about we also do not know what will come next perhaps a more dangerous phenomenon will come than climate change, and maybe this world will end before what scientists have determined

    2. British Council.jpg thoughtful_message | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
      empathetic_thought's comment 13 Sep 2021

      In my opinion, it is not possible to know exactly when will the world end. But we can say that if things keep going on like this, then I am afraid that we don't have much time in our hands. Again we have to inform the person about the bad effects of global warming so that he won't ignore that anymore. Cause if one person ignores it, that means in a whole country there will be thousands of people ignoring this and will be millions in the whole world. So we have to make sure that our respective countries' people are getting the correct information about global warming so that they can not ignore it. This is why our world leaders are working hard for. In this way, the world will not end soon. Thank you.

  • British Council.jpg empathetic_thought | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    03 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi this question.

    In your opinion, how do we convince the major industrialized countries to give up their profits in exchange for saving the world from the climate crisis?

    1. British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      empathetic_thought's comment 06 Sep 2021

      Instead of companies losing their profits, we can make them turn into factories that are environmentally friendly and not harmful to the climate, for example, anatomy of smoke resulting from burning fuel to make it non-breathable, as some developed countries do now, or take advantage of its waste and recycle it. bad for the climate

    2. British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      empathetic_thought's comment 06 Sep 2021

      Recycling it to make it harmless to the environment and not harmful to the climate, thus preserving profits and not harming the climate

    3. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      empathetic_thought's comment 09 Sep 2021

      By convincing her of what is happening in the world, because when she knows, she will definitely search for a solution to this problem, and also the profits of large countries are not useful in solving the problem of the climate crisis because it is a global, historical and somewhat dangerous problem. Factories are very influential on the environment because they emit smoke that is harmful to the environment, so it is better for them to dispense with Profits from big factories, we will eliminate the climate crisis

    4. British Council.jpg thoughtful_message | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
      empathetic_thought's comment 13 Sep 2021

      In my opinion, those countries don't have to lose their profits. They have to turn their factories from nonrenewable ones to renewable ones. That means they have to make their industry sectors completely dependent on renewable resources like air, sunlight, water flow, etc. Many countries have started to do accordingly. People are now understanding that how much important climate is for them. Not only that but also world leaders are arranging mass awareness programs in their respective countries to inform people about climate change and its bad effects. So by these mass awareness programs, people are also knowing that how nonrenewable resources-based factories are harming them. So people are raising voice against these factories. That's why the factories are bound to turn their factories into renewable resources-based ones. It may take some to turn nonrenewable-based factories into renewable ones. But we have to keep patience. This way major industrialized countries will not need to give up their profit. Also, it will help to establish an eco-friendly world.

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    04 Sep 2021

    Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore
    I would like to ask the expert, did the changes begin a long time ago or from modern times? Why was no action taken against her immediately? Did they not expect it to get much worse, or to deliberately cover up, or are there other reasons?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      compassionate_explanation's comment 06 Sep 2021

      Who is "her" in this question, compassionate_explanation?

      1. British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 06 Sep 2021

        Sorry, my comment was not clear
        ‏Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore
        I would like to ask the expert, did the changes begin a long time ago or from modern times? Why was no action taken against changes immediately? Did they not expect it to get much worse, or to deliberately cover up, or are there other reasons?

        1. British Council.jpg freespirited_armadillo | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
          compassionate_explanation's comment 16 Sep 2021

          I think the effects of climate change started to begin a long time ago but the effects were not too much evident as a result people couldnt take actions against it immediately. Also people were not properly educated and didnt have that much resources to cotrol the climate change. But now time has changed and we have the ability to reduce this climate change and the only thing that can lessen the climate change is every persons will to do it.

    2. British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      compassionate_explanation's comment 07 Sep 2021

      I expect that the changes have already started a very long time ago but it is possible that they did not take quick action because at that time the phenomena of climate change already existed but not as bad and not as dangerous as we have now, and also it is possible because they were not able to educate the whole world This problem is due to the fact that communication in the past was less and more difficult, and countries were not well connected, etc., and it is also possible that they did not have the necessary tools, machines and inventions that would help them in their attempts to reduce this phenomenon.

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    04 Sep 2021

    If we take action against climate change, will it take a long time to see its effect on the ground??

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    04 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Droti Chakravarthy
    Do all the countries of the world agree that decisions should be taken against climate change, or are there countries that do not care about the matter because at the moment they do not suffer from it??

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      compassionate_explanation's comment 06 Sep 2021

      It's great you have read Dhruti's biography and thought of a question that relates to her experience at COP25, well done!

    2. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      compassionate_explanation's comment 08 Sep 2021

      All countries must take decisions on this issue because with the passage of time its consequences will be dire and it will be difficult for them to solve it easily, but if we take decisions on it, we will eliminate it and thus we may have finished the climate crisis

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Sep 2021

    My question to Gore is why do you think the families of children are most affected by the climate crisis?

  • British Council.jpg enthusiastic_hippopotamus | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    Can the United States forget its focus on technology in order to start building greener? And how might this affect its economy?

    1. British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      enthusiastic_hippopotamus's comment 08 Sep 2021

      In my opinion, it can use its focus and technological development to help the climate and benefit from it in the process of building greener and reducing climate change, thus also not affecting the economy

    2. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      enthusiastic_hippopotamus's comment 08 Sep 2021

      In my opinion, we should use technology to rebuild greener, but modern advanced technology that does not affect the environment, and thus we have benefited from two things: we did not leave technology and reconstructed greener

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    Hello Shama Sanduya I have a lot of questions for you
    How does the climate below the oceans affect aquatic organisms?
    The second question, why did you make these protests and strikes? Was there anything calling for that? What is it?

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask the climatic conditions, Shama Sanduya..I love the world of seas and bottoms. I chose to ask you because I want to know more about it through you... My question is, is the climate under the sea or the ocean similar to the climate above the sea or the ocean or different from it?
    I love your work

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      impartial_lute's comment 09 Sep 2021

      Climate change means the ocean is changing. While the full effects of climate change on the oceans are not clear, studies predict increased temperatures, rising sea levels, and changes in ocean chemistry, such as ocean acidification and other changes. The percentage of water in the seas, which leads to the damage of 40% of the world's population who live near the coasts.

      1. British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        majestic_moon's comment 12 Sep 2021

        I agree with you👍🏻👍🏻
        Okay.
        But, do you think that climatic influences work in reverse with the seas and it is possible to be negatively affected, because when temperatures rise, water evaporates and also reduces the proportion of water, isn't it??

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    I woyld like to ask Tom What is now getting climatic conversions ?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      steadfast_woodpecker's comment 06 Sep 2021

      I'm not an expert on climate change - please choose from our list above! And can you re-word your question so we can better understand what you mean?

  • British Council.jpg convivial_vegetable | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    Iwould like toack former Amercian vice president Al Gore
    Will most regions be forced to migrate from within their wallets by 2050 if the necessary measures are not taken?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      convivial_vegetable's comment 06 Sep 2021

      What do you mean by migrate from within their wallets, convivial_vegetable?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    My question to Shama: Why did you choose this sign specifically, “Youth Climate Strike”? And why did you gain publicity?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi
    In your opinion, how will India be able to reduce carbon emissions as its population increases more and more every year that passes , This means the use of more means of transportation that cause air pollution , also, do not forget that the increase in population means an increase in the commission of harmful acts that cause pollution?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      healthy_antelope's comment 08 Sep 2021

      Over time, it can use modern devices that reduce carbon emissions, such as the electric car

      1. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        majestic_moon's comment 09 Sep 2021

        How will the state be able to provide a number of environmentally friendly inventions that suit the population density?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    You were able to make readers aware of climate change through books
    You were able to make movie viewers aware of climate change through films
    In your opinion, how can the category of video game players, as well as the category of car manufacturers and their fans, be made aware of the dangers of climate change, specially that cars are a major factor in air pollution?

  • British Council.jpg enthusiastic_hippopotamus | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    For Former American Vice President Al Gore
    You invented to write a book about climate change, not a comic book or a magazine or a video game industry or one of those fun ways , Could you explain the reader's role in tackling climate change and how his ideas can make a difference?

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    Former US Vice President Al Gore, Sir, since you have tried to inform the world of the dangers posed by climate change, what is the most effective way in the international community?

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Droti Chakravarthy which countries are not being heard and whose voices should be sent to all the world

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    Because climate change may lead to diseases, water scarcity or the fall of homes due to heavy rain and strong winds, and this leads to a scarcity of local food, and devastating effects on families, especially poor families that contain children, because children need some time to avoid the shocks that It happens, and that children are more vulnerable to injury, disability and death, which will affect future generations

  • British Council.jpg poetic_attention | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Sep 2021

    Will global warming cause animal extinction??

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question to Al Gore:
    You are now the founder and head of an organization dedicated to solving the climate crisis, and certainly you have great information and experience, and you have made great efforts in the field of collecting and disseminating information about the climate changes provoked by humans, and that you have laid the foundations for the necessary measures to combat these changes, and that you have written many books warning of human activity that threatens the planet After all this, do you think that man is the main cause of these changes? And if the population had been less, the changes would have been less, and the bad was not as we are now?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    Question for Marine Scientist Shama Sanduya:
    You already have experience now that you made the first strike in the world about the underwater climate. My question is, did you see that the climate harms the underwater organisms or does not affect them?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question to Al Gore:
    You invented a book that talks about climate change and global warming and you talked about the dangers resulting from changes in the climate and surely many people have read it and they already know about the risks caused by these changes, but how do you make all the people aware of what you are saying or to be In your opinion and also what will this affect or will it make a difference if people become aware of these dangers, will they try to change it??!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question to Droti Chakravarthy:
    Are there really countries that have strong opinions and voices and could help in solving big problems, but they do not find anyone who listens to them and supports their decisions?!

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      versatile_satsuma's comment 07 Sep 2021

      That's a very interesting question, versatile_satsuma!

    2. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      versatile_satsuma's comment 08 Sep 2021

      If they are countries that have strong voices, then you will find people who support and support them, right?

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American vice President Al Gore (What are the factors that led to the emergence of the climate crisis?)

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American vice President Al Gore (What are the factors that led to the emergence of the climate crisis?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      believable_temperature's comment 08 Sep 2021

      Rising temperatures are fueling the direct cause of environmental degradation, natural disasters, extreme weather, food and water insecurity, and economic disruption, including rising sea levels, and melting Arctic ice. There are ways to reduce the climate crisis: repair appliances, control the heater, reduce the use of plastic, use refillable containers, use washing filters, change the power grid, use eco-friendly toilet paper, eat more plants

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi
    What is now getting climatic conversions?

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi
    hat are the instructions or measures that must be taken to combat or to address climate change?

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American vice President Al Gore (What are the factors that led to the emergence of the climate crisis?

  • British Council.jpg flourished_elephant | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question to former US Vice President Al Gore
    Why did Al Gore serve as Vice President of the United States from 1993 to 2000?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi
    Which country is currently most affected by climate change, and according to your research on the future, which country will be most exposed to the risks of climate change?

  • British Council.jpg amazing_skill | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask shaama sandooyes do all countries care about the climate issue or are there countries that do not take this issue serious

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    What are the most important economic activities that have caused significant damage to the ocean?

  • British Council.jpg lively_apple | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question is
    in your opinion some leaders give there opinion and perspective with regard their countries,counversaly other leaders find it so difficult with regard thier contries. What reasons do you think it effect??
    I hope you answer my question
    #best regards

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    For Dhruti Chakravarthi
    Since you are an observer at the United Nations Climate Change Summit, what are the most harmful actions to the environment and a factor in climate change that all countries share?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask my chakravarti, do you think the climate will put underwater regions and change the face of cities around the world?

  • British Council.jpg enthusiastic_hippopotamus | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    How far have you reached in the theory of the percentage of carbon emissions that must be reduced?How far have you reached in the theory of the proportion of carbon emissions that must be reduced?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    Question to Dorty Chakravarti, Could the massive underwater walls that cause sea levels to rise all over the world?

  • British Council.jpg unassuming_tamarillo | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question to Shama, how will the impact of climate change under the seas and oceans be, and does it affect the life of marine creatures, and also, were there any benefits to the strike and raising banners under the water?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Sep 2021

    My question to Dora Chakravarty, is it to turn climate crises into natural crises by listening to countries where crises abound?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask former US Vice President Al Gore
    Can the United States forget its focus on technology in order to start building greener? How will this affect its economy? Will you succeed with this change? Because if it succeeds, other countries will experience this change, and the environment will become greener

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    After you started an organization dedicated to solving the climate crisis, how has that affected you? Have you become sensitive to plastic issues, factory smoke, and the like?

    1. British Council.jpg free_planet | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      healthy_antelope's comment 28 Sep 2021

      My question to Shamma : What are the dangers of the recent phenomenon in terms of marine organisms?
      What should we do to avoid these marine thoughts ?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to Shamma, how will the impact of climate change under the seas and oceans? Why do you demand climate justice? Countries are not interested in this thing because they believe that there is no climate change, but in fact it does exist, but it will appear with the passage of time.

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    How does climate change affect the water level in the oceans?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    Is climate change the cause of a decline in the number of ocean tourists, or has it not yet affected?

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Question for Sama Sanduya:
    What made you go on strike about the underwater climate?! I think that it has never occurred to anyone before that it is possible for the climate to affect the underwater organisms negatively because we already see that the oceans and seas are integrated and nothing harms them, that is, the underwater world is available in all things and things are largely unexplored, but they play a role Important, such as coral reefs, which have an important role in regulating the temperature of the globe and they constitute only 5,0 percent of the area of ​​the ocean hall, and also do not forget that the seas provide a major transport network and a source of food Most of the major cities along the coast have arisen as trade areas After all, I really don't see the climate as a danger or a negative thing for underwater organisms.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Question to Droti Chakirvarthy:
    You are now anticipating the issue of climate change. My question is which country has suffered the least from climate change and what are the factors that helped it reduce climate change and that it does not cause them much harm?!
    In this way, you can help another country that is suffering greatly from climate change by trying to give them advice on the results that another country has followed and succeeded in .

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I have a question to former vice president Al Gore.Why don't we invest billions of money for the bemefit of our planet instead of investing in projects like going to mars...our earth is the most capable one for us to live.people have lived here for thousands of years.As you are an influencing person... you could bring this change.could you please do it sir?

    1. British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
      active_speech's comment 08 Sep 2021

      I think sending a portion of people to the mars would help our earth in many ways, for example: there will be less population, less pollution and most of the places will be taken by green nature. According to some scientists, at a time our earth's energy will be finished and we have to look for alternative planets for survival. As Mars is very near to us and has many similarities with earth, it is estimated to be our next home.

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I have a question to Shaama Sandooyea.What advices would you like to give us if someone wants to be like you?

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Question for Hernan Bayagoague:
    You said that you thought that in order for your people to live in a rapidly changing landscape, they would need to learn to use modern technology, but what will technology change in the matter of climate change, I mean I agree with you that learning modern technology is very important and without it we will not be developed and will not be appreciated We have to do something and technology will teach us about the climate and its damages, but will it make us do something to reduce this phenomenon?!

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I have a question for dhruti.what would you suggest for an indian girl to step up in the context of climate change as you have shown indian girls are not less than mens.

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I have a question to former vice president Al Gore.Why doesn't some countries such as america,russia and china.....why don't they stop the use of factories that emmit huge co2.instead we can use various fuels like alchohol and hydrogen and we can invent more.we should take inspiration from countries like dubai who has produced electricity with nucleur elements with no gas emmition.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Question for Shama Sanduya:
    “We demand climate justice” You said that these banners gained a lot of publicity and that you found a lot of supporters from your people, my question is is the government in Mauritius not interested in the issue of climate change and that is why you made this protest?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Question for all the experts:
    I think that since the beginning of the world we have been facing the phenomenon of climate change and it is in a state of continuous increase and thus increases its danger and effects that lead to dire consequences, but so far has anyone come to know the origin of these changes and the first region in which these changes appeared?!
    Because in this regard, if we discover the first area in which these changes appeared, we can reach a solution and try to use it in our current situation, in front of which we are already helpless.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Question for Al Gore:
    Why don't the major countries agree on an opinion and a single solution regarding the issue of climate change? I mean that the phenomenon of climate change is already a common phenomenon among all countries of the world, but if the major countries that have a strong voice participate with each other and unite their forces, this will enable us to solve this problem and limit change the climate .

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to Shama Sindoya, does climate change threaten the stocks of the seas and oceans of fish and other marine species, and how was your experience with your first underwater strike, and was it difficult to do?

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question is my Lady Shackavarthi Are there people do not listen to their opinions and how we help amplify and highlight and listen to their voices?

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask former US Vice President Al Gore, sir, what measures is being taken by the institution you created to solve the climate crisis?? Did it receive positive feedback from the community?

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask marine biologist and climate activist Shama Sanduya, are climate changes in water and seas as dangerous as what happens on land???

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      compassionate_explanation's comment 12 Sep 2021

      Yes, the same change because it occurs in seas and oceans acidification in water. The atmosphere of these oceans. It is estimated that ocean acidity decreased in the years 1974 to 1994 from 8.179 to 8.104, and this change represents -0.075 on the logarithmic scale, which represents an increase in the concentration of acidic hydrogen ions H + by 18.9%. With the 2000s, the net change in PH relative to industrial factors was about -0.11, which represents an increase in the acidity of the terrestrial oceans of about 30%. The consequences of this decrease in the basics of sea and ocean waters are negative for the oyster, which surrounds itself with a protective layer of the shell, its internal structure of limestone, due to the low pH of the seas and oceans. Since these organisms are part of the food chain of fish and marine life, this drop in pH can have serious consequences, as well as for humans who also depend on fish for their food. These acids greatly affect marine organisms, so the effect on the oceans is the same as on the land

      1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
        majestic_moon's comment 13 Sep 2021

        Please make sure all comments are written in your own words, and that if you use another website for information that you include a link to the source!

  • British Council.jpg articulate_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    . I want to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi، My question says are all regions in the world suffering from the climate crisis and need to take a decision regarding . The climate, or some of them do not suffer and oppose taking a decision on this?🌤️

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I have some questions for former vice president Al Gore.What are the main threats of climate change,how much renewable energy do we need to stop climate change?And how it is affecting our food farms?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to former US Vice President Al Gore, since climate crises exist in most countries and we have, but we don't notice like the rest of the most repressive countries, and why? However, our country is one of the most vulnerable to geographical factors? According to your experience, the climate crises of most countries

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cultured_lute's comment 11 Sep 2021

      The climate crisis is not in most countries, but there are countries where the manifestations or factors appeared before other countries, so some believe that the climate crisis in some countries is not aware of it or warn of it.

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Shamma, the temperature rise in the seas causes an increase in the percentage of acids. Does this affect the death of some living creatures under water?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question is to Shamma, and is it possible that acids affect the increase in climate change in the seas and oceans?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cultured_lute's comment 09 Sep 2021

      Yes Climate change means the ocean is changing. While the full impacts of climate change on the oceans are not clear, studies predict increased temperatures, rising sea levels, and changes in ocean chemistry, such as ocean acidification and other changes.

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask former US Vice President Al Gore, were you thinking of ways to inform the world about the risks posed by climate change before the climate crises were discovered?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to former US Vice President Al Gore, is it possible that climate change will not affect some countries? and how?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to former US Vice President Al Gore, is it possible that climate change will not affect some countries? and how?

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to Vice President Al Gore is will the Earth recover on its own without human intervention to preserve the environment and reduce pollution?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      steadfast_woodpecker's comment 11 Sep 2021

      No, it will not recover on its own, because as long as the person did not help to solve this problem, because the person uses modern devices that are harmful to the environment

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to question droti....is every country still concerned about the impact of climate change that may happen 10 or 20 years later? Because some countries like usa,russia and china have decided to lessen power plants and on the other hand poland and tukey have decided to build more power plants.So,my question is are we still properly concerned about it?

  • British Council.jpg storytelling_glockenspiel | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My questions to former American vice president al gore
    1_You searched for solutions to the climate crisis. Have you found any solutions and what are these solutions?
    2_What would happen if the world ignored the climate crisis and did not think of solutions to this crisis?
    And what will happen in the world?

  • British Council.jpg glad_leaf | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    Question to Hernán Payaguaje:

    How much difficult it would be to teach the use of technology to the indigenous peoples? And what do you think, how we can overcome that difficulty?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Sep 2021

    I have a question for hernan....those indigenous peoples said that animals are fleeing,their habitat is becoming incapable for living,their memory is losing and someday they could get out of food because they live in a distinct area....how could we work together for them...so that these small nattionalities could survive?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      active_speech's comment 09 Sep 2021

      Great question!

      1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 18 Sep 2021

        We can use electric cars that are environmentally friendly and thus convince the car lovers. As for the video game lovers, we can convince them by inserting the ideas of climate change awareness in the video games, meaning that the designers of the video games put ideas that are warning of the climate crisis.

  • British Council.jpg unassuming_tamarillo | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    for Dhruti How are the voices of people whose voices are not being heard and how do you know their thoughts? Is that through projects like Global Conversation or what...?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernan Yappa, when you thought your people were living in a rapidly changing landscape, why did you choose that the first thing they should need is to learn to use technology?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      cultured_lute's comment 09 Sep 2021

      A really interesting question, cultured_lute!

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernan Yappa, why didn't your people notice that their climate is changing so quickly but that they live in the same country you do?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask the former US Vice President Al Gore, when you decided to discover the climate crises and find a solution for them. Why did you specifically choose the climate crises, but that the environment has other problems?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question is to marine biologist and climate activist Shamma, in your opinion, if marine climate change was on the surface, would it be better for us or would it change the climate?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question is to former US Vice President Al Gore. In your opinion, did the population's interest in the issue of climate change increase after they witnessed climate change in their country? What are the best ways to raise awareness?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Udane: I ask former US Vice President Al Gore, what motivated you to become interested in climate action, and do you see a glimmer of hope in creating a conscious society able to act on the ground and help create climate policies?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question is to former US Vice President Al Gore, what is your role as an activist in the field and are there practical solutions today, according to your future vision on this issue?

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    Does covid 19 affect the climate a lot?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cultured_lute's comment 12 Sep 2021

      Climate change has become one of the most pressing issues in 2020, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic.

      This coupling between two disasters, each with its own repercussions, came to exacerbate the problems faced by humans on the globe, especially the expansion of the area of ​​the most vulnerable and poor people in the world.


      Some may mistakenly believe that there is no link between the issues of climate change and Corona, as many of the root causes of climate change increase the risk of epidemics, including the coronavirus.

  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    If we reduce the world's population to address global warming, will it work?

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to Droti Chakravathy is Are there intenational and financial instituatio s that support intellectually and matterially to solve the problem of climate change ,and are their decisions taken seriously ,or are they statisical conferences that have nothing to do with reality.

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    My question to you
    How can poor countries that are looking for food be helped to solve the problems of climate change i line with the bad economice situation of the country.

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Shama Sandnya
    .How climate change has affected the inctrease in natural disasters and how,in turn ,has affected the problem of poor countries .and how we can help them.

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi .
    What would happen if we imagine that there is no sea water or the water of the seas and oceans is dried up? And how will this affect the climate ?

  • British Council.jpg playful_dragonfruit | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    The first question: I showed a clip from the animated series to explain global warming, why did you show after your defeat in front of George W. Bush, and what was its relationship to the movie, and was it cruel to you and shocking to the audience?

  • British Council.jpg playful_dragonfruit | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question to Shama Sanduya: Does global warming and climate change affect fish production in the seas

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      playful_dragonfruit's comment 12 Sep 2021

      The study's conclusions confirm that each degree of warming means more trouble for the world's fish stocks. “If we humans manage to limit temperature rise to 1.5°C by 2100, only ten percent of fish species will have to

  • British Council.jpg enterprising_technology | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I want to ask you a question, please?
    Is it difficult to live with your climate? Is it moderate?
    Do you have any old museums that exist now??

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    I have a question for hernan.....as far as i know that most of the indigenous peoples in africa don't follows any of the major religions....they made their own rules regarding their beliefs and thoughts.....so the question is....how did they get those things to follow....did anyone went to them or they made it by themselves?if you could clarify please.

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      active_speech's comment 09 Sep 2021

      Could we keep questions to the topic of climate change and COP26 please, thank you!

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    what is the economic activity that causes danger to the oceans and also increases the proportion of carbon emissions?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    How has climate change affected the lives of marine animals?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      healthy_antelope's comment 12 Sep 2021

      Ocean acidification (or ocean acidification) is the name given to the declining pH of the terrestrial oceans as a result of the increased absorption of anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by these oceans. It is estimated that the ocean acidity decreased in the years 1974 to 1994 from 8.179 to 8.104, and this change represents -0.075 on the logarithmic scale, which represents an increase in the concentration of acidic hydrogen ions H + by 18.9%. With the first decade of the twentieth century, the net change in the percentage of PH relative to industrial factors is about -0.11, which represents an increase in the acidity of the terrestrial oceans by about 30%. The consequences of this decrease in the basicity of sea and ocean waters are negative for the shellfish, which surround themselves with a protective shell layer Its internal structure is limestone, due to the low pH of seas and oceans. Since these organisms are part of the food chain of fish and marine life, this decrease in pH can have dire consequences, as well as for humans who also depend on fish for their food. These acids greatly affect marine organisms

      1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
        majestic_moon's comment 13 Sep 2021

        All comments on the Student Hub should be written in your own words and not copied from elsewhere.

      2. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
        majestic_moon's comment 13 Sep 2021

        All comments on the Student Hub should be written in your own words and not copied from elsewhere.

  • British Council.jpg playful_dragonfruit | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question is about Druti Chakravarthy, how she became the president of the prestigious University of Edinburgh, and her life was full of hardships and achievements. How did she feel when she found o

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    The fires that occurred due to climate change, who was harmed the most, the environment or the human being?

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi .
    What would happen if we imagine that there is no sea water or the water of the seas and oceans is dried up? And how will this affect the climate ?

  • British Council.jpg convivial_vegetable | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question to Droti Chakravarthy:
    Are there really countries that have strong opinions and voices and could help in solving big problems, but they do not find anyone who listens to them and supports their

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    How has climate change affected us and made us pay attention to it?

  • British Council.jpg playful_dragonfruit | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernan Bayagwaj: why do you think your people might live in a rapidly changing landscape

  • British Council.jpg convivial_vegetable | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask former Americaan vice president.
    What are the periods of the last four cycles of ice ages and warm periods over the past forty thousand years?

  • British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    What is the cause of climate change

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      exuberant_snow's comment 09 Sep 2021

      Currently, there is no change in the climate, but in the future, the signs will begin to appear, and for this reason, countries underestimate this problem, because currently there is no change, and therefore they must beware of this climate crisis.

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    How has climate change and its factors affected the lives of ocean researchers and the work of fishermen?

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi . Can biological change help reduce climate impact or is it threatened by climate change? How? and why?

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    How does the climate crisis affect life? Climate change is the crisis of this age, and the climate is changing more rapidly than we feared. However, we are not completely powerless to confront this global threat. As Secretary-General António Guterres said in September, “The climate emergency is a race we are currently losing – but one we can win.”No corner of our planet is immune from the devastating effects of climate change. Rising temperatures are fueling the direct cause of environmental degradation, natural disasters, extreme weather, food and water insecurity, economic disruption, conflict and terrorism. The consequences include rising sea levels, melting Arctic ice, dying coral reefs, ocean acidification, and forest fires. It has become clear that going on with what we are accustomed to is no longer enough. Now that climate change is approaching irreversible phases, it is time for bold collective actionHarmony returns to the relationship between humans and the planet, provided that governments, businesses, civil society, youth and academia join forces, so let us fight this crisis togetherHarmony returns to the relationship between humans and the planet, provided that governments, businesses, civil society, youth and academia join forces, so let us fight this crisis togetherWe made the right and right decisions for everyone so What are the factors that led to the emergence of the climate crisis?

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    Question for Al Gore:
    What is the most powerful factor of climate change that causes the greatest damage and the worst? I know that every factor of climate change poses a great danger and we have to pay attention to it, but my question is if we knew who is the strongest and most dangerous factor and worked to eliminate and reduce it, this is of course It will help us to get rid of one factor and a large part of this issue and then continue to try to reduce the rest of the factors.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    Question to Droti Chakravarthy:
    You were selected to be an observer at the latest UN Climate Change Summit according to your website and this is strong evidence that the website contains important and powerful things to get them to choose you for this position, my question is what was your website talking about?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    Question for marine biologist Shama Sanduya:
    We, by nature, know that every region of the world has its share of climate change and the amount of damage it causes, due to several factors such as the country's economy, its geographical location, environmental nature, etc. Changing the region?!

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    For Hernán Payaguaje
    In your opinion, how can I help as a student in the face of climate change?

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    Question for biologist Shama Sanduya:
    We, by nature, know that every region of the world has its share of climate change and the damage it causes, due to several factors such as the country's economy, its geographical location, the environmental nature, and so on،My question is, does this apply to underwater climate change, i.e. is it possible to change the climate under water by changing factor ?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    Question for Al Gore:
    You held the position of US Vice President for 7 years and then opened your organization to solve the climate crisis. My question is, did this period of your tenure as Vice President alert you to the issue of climate change and made you open your eyes and mind to consider this aspect?!

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      versatile_satsuma's comment 09 Sep 2021

      A very good question that shows you have thought about Vice-president Gore's career!

  • British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Former American Vice President Al Gore
    How does the United States think about protecting its forests from climate change?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    A question to hernan.....that is...the indigenous people are facing lots of problems like losing memory and language,animals are leaving from their dwellings and many more....how did climate change had a role on these things??

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      active_speech's comment 09 Sep 2021

      This is a very pertinent question!

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    I have a serious question to Former vice president Al Gore!You've said that agriculture, transportation, forest management are the causes of building thick layer including the main reason which is the use of fossils.Now,what can the normal or general people do in the case of controlling the use of fossils because factories,power plants etc are controlled by the government.Normal people couldn't stop it if they want.So,what can we do in this case or how can we help in this case?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    As Former vice president Al Gore said,....the diseasters of climate change are temperature rise of ocean water,drought,flood,cyclone,wildfire, extinction of species specially fishes...i would like to include different human diseases...which one of these will affect us the most in the upcoming 10 or 20 years?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    What i could understand about the indigenous peoples is that they want to live happily but the climate change is what stopping them to do so......again they are not ready to properly use some technologies.....will they survive if a sudden change in climate occurs in upcoming 10 years and people have to be reliable upon technologies to survive.Then what will be their consequences?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    I have a question to shaama...that is we all know that every species couldn't survive above a particular temperature....simillar goes for all species under ocean....they also couldn't survive above a particular temperature.Their consequences in the upcoming years wouldn't be fine because the ocean water is heating up rapidly and oils are polluting it which is resulting in lack of space for those species to live specially fishes.So,is there any alternatives to make them survive if we fail to controll the temperature and other stuffs?

  • British Council.jpg assertive_leaves | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    Question for Al Gore:
    The environmentalists, lots of organisations are arranging lots of programs to make the people aware of climate change. But why doesn't their awareness become reality though they know the dangerous effects of climate change? What are the causes?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    I have question to former Vice President Al Gore....what could be more effective between negative emissions and cutting emissions to reach net zero by the year 2050?if you kindly answer please.

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Sep 2021

    What I learned from these 4 videos is that our Future is now.We are the problems and we are the solutions.There is way to go to advance in technologies.So,besides advancing in technology, shouldn't we advance our mindsets to face current problems?

  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question to Al Gore: How was the impact of his directives and awareness on the risks of climate change on the public, and was this impact expected, whether it was negative or positive?

  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question to Shamma Sandooyea:
    What concept of climate justice have you been advocating, and have you found goldsmithing ears for it?

  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti chakravarthi, what are the most important criteria by which you were selected? And what are the difficulties that encountered in it?

  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernan: How can a person keep pace with rapid change through technology and preserve his identity and culture?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    Mr.Vice President,I have a question for you.....how did you feel to work for climate change?.....did you faced the necessity of doing that in your career?

  • British Council.jpg modest_gooseberry | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    My question to Shaama Sandooyea is : Are steps towards climate protect are respected in the developmental countries just as growing countries?

  • British Council.jpg modest_gooseberry | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    My question for Hernán Payaguaje is : Isn't the modern technology whom cause the horrible damage to the climate , how can we use it to retreat and fix what it has really done?

  • British Council.jpg independent_hurricane | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is to Hernán Payaguaje.You are suffering problems for which some other territories are responsible.They are doing excess carbon emission .My question is why you guys are not rising your voices against those by taking help of International organizations???

  • British Council.jpg independent_hurricane | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    Question goes to Shaama Sandooyea.Don't You think that you should use an international platform to show the people what you are doing.???and creating awareness about this..????

  • British Council.jpg incomparable_queen | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is to former American Vice-president Al Gore.
    My question is as a former vice-president of America how do you view President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from Paris Agreement even though America is one of the country with most greenhouse emission? Though under President Joe Biden,America once again joined the agreement.

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      incomparable_queen's comment 10 Sep 2021

      Excellent question, incomparable_queen!

  • British Council.jpg shrewd_grasshopper | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question to Dhruti Chakrabarty,


    Are there some countries who tend to ignore the fact of climate change as they think they are suffering less? If there are some and they have a huge impact on COP26, how the objectives of COP26 will succeed?

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    Is the current climate unusual compared to previous changes?

  • British Council.jpg shrewd_grasshopper | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is to Hernan,

    Do you think that making the young generation of the mainstream is also important to eradicate the problems of indigenous people to help them? And if it is yes, how do you plan to approach this thought?

  • British Council.jpg efficient_fern | Tarun Madhyamik Vidyalaya | Nepal
    10 Sep 2021

    I want to ask questions to shaama sanooyea..

    What according to you is the biggest climate threat today?How can it be overcome and howfar can technology help to save the situation??

  • British Council.jpg ingenious_antelope | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    Question for Dhruti Chakravarthi-
    According to your research, what should the first step to save our mother earth from destructive climate change? What are the requisite roles as an individual?

  • British Council.jpg curious_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My Question is to Al-Gore:
    Hello! Undoubtedly you are a genius man. As you were in charge of vice president for 7 years and surely your experience about climate change and other things is beyond my imagination.

    I think people care about those things which they really love. If anybody truly loved the earth, then he would not rush to his job to become a billionaire. Rather, he would try to find ways to save planet.

    So my question is-
    In your 7 years of Vice-president career, have you ever found a truly conscious citizen who is really concerned about this planet? If you really found such a person and share the story with us, I guess it will be the inspiration for young generation like us so that we can also have the wish to love our planet.

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      curious_owl's comment 10 Sep 2021

      Have you ever met someone like that, curious_owl?

      1. British Council.jpg curious_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
        Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 10 Sep 2021

        I haven't meet anybody yet like that but I wish to see a person who is really conscious about this serious issue "Global Warming." Actually, we say a lot of things about this but we can not express our thoughts and ideas in our works. So, I wish to meet such a person who really cares about this matter and who really loves the planet "Earth." And one thing is -
        If i really find someone like that, I will share it with everyone so that they can enhance their knowledge and change their way of thinking regarding this issue.

  • British Council.jpg curious_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My Question is for Dhruti Chakravarthi:

    As you were an observer of COP-25, can you please say why the children in the developed countries are always taught about using technology first?

    We know that excess use of technology is one of the reason behind climate change. I guess artificial intelligence is not as good as our brain. So, I think it's better for our body and mind to go out and enjoy the fresh air from environment rather than sitting on sofa with a TV remote under Air Conditioner. This will help to reduce excess use of electricity and the burning of fossil fuel will also be decreased when less electricity will be produced.

    So, don't you think that parents should be more practical in this case? Shouldn't they advice their children to enjoy the fresh air instead of playing video games at home? As the uses of fossil fuels are being decreased and the mental peace of children is also ensured through this, don't you think children should go outside to feel the fresh air and sunlight so that it can also reduce the climate change indirectly?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      curious_owl's comment 10 Sep 2021

      Excellent question!

  • British Council.jpg incomparable_queen | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti Chakravarthi.
    My question is - Do you think that the Paris Agreement was worth it? One of the main clause in the Paris agreement was to keep the global warming under 2 degree Celsius by 2100.But in the current trend the global warming is about 1 degree Celsius within just 2021.

  • British Council.jpg curious_location | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    A question for the former US Vice President, How high are the clouds on the surface of the earth?

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    Excuse me, did I make the mistake of not accepting my comments?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      healthy_antelope's comment 10 Sep 2021

      Hi healthy_antelope, you have already asked many questions - thank you! However, the instructions asked for only one question per expert.

  • British Council.jpg incomparable_queen | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is for Shaama Sandooyea.
    We always say that awareness is the best possible measure to solve any kind of problems.The same also goes in case of marine ecosystem. But mass awareness isn't necessarily the only plausible solution.So shouldn't there be laws which can be implemented properly to protect the marine ecosystem. What is your view on this point?

  • British Council.jpg ingenious_antelope | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    Question for Al-Gore
    Climate change is one of the burning issues of today's world. There are many reasons and solutions discussed in different congress.

    We cannot implement the initiatives taken earlier until we start working unitedly. In a country people of different professions work to fulfill the basic needs of life. All are interrelated and interdependent.
    My question is - what are the paces you would stick to to unite your people to work for climate change as a Vice President?

  • British Council.jpg enterprising_technology | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    I want to ask you a question, please
    What do you think are the solutions to protect our environment from diseases, epidemics and pollution??
    In my opinion, not to mix with people excessively, and to wear masks, as for pollution using natural sources, and staying away from diesel, gasoline and other things, as well as planting trees in the streets.

  • British Council.jpg enterprising_technology | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    I want to ask you a question, please
    What is the best solution to reduce the skin diseases that we suffer from the sun other than applying sunscreen??

  • British Council.jpg cherished_moon | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is for Shaama Sandooyea.

    What are the difficulties you had to face in the protest? And what are the outcomes that you loved the most?
    Your voyage seems so intriguing. What do you personally want this young generation to do for saving our oceans and marine animals?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      cherished_moon's comment 10 Sep 2021

      Well done for wording a question so closely to Shaama's experiences!

  • British Council.jpg enterprising_technology | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    I want to ask you a question, for example, we can find solutions for the recreational climate for children. It is true that I do not know much about your circumstances because the climate of Palestine is moderate. For example, we can establish gardens and winter resorts that are protected from very strong winds, or we can make the house like a garden. This is due to the role of the mother and father. This is my opinion and it could also be wrong.

  • British Council.jpg curious_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is for Shaama Sandooyea.

    Actually, I became astonished as well as exhilarated to see your strong willpower and courage. It's really a matter of joy that you held the world’s first ever underwater climate strike in the Indian Ocean. So my question is-
    Can you please say, Which thing would inspire you the most for your brilliant journey? I heard from your video that you enjoy it always. To you, what is the centre of attraction beneath the ocean? Didn't weather in the underwater area affect you? If the weather was bad, wouldn't it break down your willpower or determination? How did you tackle all those situations together?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      curious_owl's comment 10 Sep 2021

      Excellent question which shows you've listened closely to Shaama's story!

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    Are you Facing a crisis in the world towards the point of noness?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    Mr vice president........will ozone layer be healed by itself?Because climate researchers say that it would be healed by 2040 to 2070.....though it is tough to control climate change and it would become harder for men to control and would gradually increase.

  • British Council.jpg helpful_library | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question to Al-Gore is

    From the video , it's very clear that fossil fuels are huge problem for climate crisis and we need to get rid off this as soon as possible. So, " What can we do to get off fossil fuels ? Is there any improvement regarding this problem?""

  • British Council.jpg cherished_moon | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is for Hernán Payaguaje.

    What does the indigenous people suggest us to do for saving our Mother Earth? They seem so connected with nature . As days pass and our beautiful nature is getting destroyed ,What do you plan to do for saving this calm and soothing nature from devastation?

  • British Council.jpg helpful_library | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is to Hernán Payaguaje,

    What was the biggest impediment you faced as an indigenous person to fight for your people till now ?

  • British Council.jpg curious_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    My question is for Hernán Payaguaje:

    Firstly, I am very much grateful for this event because it keeps me interested in learning new things daily. I have already asked 3 questions to our honourable 3 experts (Al-Gore, Shaama Sandooyea and Dhruti Chakravarthi) who are highly qualified and talented. Now, I have another chance to ask my 4th and the last question to another brilliant and marvelous leader whose name is Hernán Payaguaje.

    ▶️I really appreciate that the indigenous people would care the amazon rainforest so much. They mentioned that less rainfall during the dry months could seriously affect many Amazon rivers and other freshwater systems, and the people that rely on these resources. So, undoubtedly, Hernán Payaguaje had taken a brilliant decision to unite 4 nationalities together. Now, can you please tell me what was the key behind your success of uniting them together? Didn't anyone oppose your opinion? If anybody opposed you, how would you overcome that situation? How would you encourage yourself again?

    ▶️I have seen a video titled "Siekopie, the people" on a youtube channel named "Amazon Frontliners" where the life of indigenous people of San Pablo of Ecuador was discussed. Yes! I can relate the story with the lifestyle of Hernán Payaguaje. I had heard that once upon a time, you would get a lot of fishes but now most of the things are being destroyed due to the climate change. Again, the children are suffering from different diseases and they are not being able to adapt with the situation. So, my question is- after uniting the 4 nationalities, how did you concentrate on the particular issues like "fisheries" or "medicare?" Did any nation or group help you in learning the way of using technology?

    ▶️Another thing is that-
    We, the general people feel really ashamed of one thing that we can not help those people who are helping the "Lungs Of Our Planet." So my question to Hernán Payaguaje is-
    How general people can help the indigenous people of amazon rainforest in this aspect so that they can get peaceful lives?

  • British Council.jpg reserved_moment | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    My Question is for Al Gore,

    I got from your video, "We are dumping 10 millions tons of man made global pollutants into the environment in every 24 hours". I guess most of these are occuring for industrialisation. As our world has gone so ahead because of industrialisation at this moment we can't go back. So in this situation to control it what can we do?

  • British Council.jpg warmhearted_radio | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    11 Sep 2021

    My question to Former American Al Gore is that:
    1.What made you to write books on climate crisis.
    2.What we can do to reduce global warming?
    3. How we can save the ozone layer to protect our planet from global warming?

  • British Council.jpg curious_location | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    11 Sep 2021

    My question to the US Vice President: What about the negative effects such as climate change, such as floods, droughts and heat waves, what will happen to them?

  • British Council.jpg charming_wolf | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    Hello! This question is for Al-Gore.

    Clearly enough, everyone wants a long-term solution for climate change. Future generations will thank us for some investment in tree plantation and environment friendly factories. These days developed countries like the USA, the UAE, etc. are investing hugely in cloud seeding technology, which is basically a curse in disguise. Such technology may make it seemingly easier for the drought affected places to grow crops and maintain the temperature, but does tremendous harm to the atmosphere. My doubt is, What is making these nations take to such shortsighted actions in stead of long term investment in protecting the environment?

  • British Council.jpg excited_piccolo | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    My question is for marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Soondyea:
    Your story of strong determination and realization of how climate change actually affects the underwater economy too really fascinated me. I pay my cordial respect to you for taking such an huge step.
    From the video, I got to know that you have never boarded ships before that strike. Also your curiosity about marine biology boosted up in your teenage. There was another thing that caught my attention was your saying how you believe underwater is a magical world. So if we sum up these two incidents, we can come to a conclusion that youngsters or teenagers are the most curious creatures ever and obviously one of their greatest curiosity lies underwater! Just like how your curiosity boosted up in your teenage. So, by doing more research about underwater creatures and ecosystems, and involving younger generations in it, we can do two things a time. They will meet the hunger of their curiosity about underwater lives, as well as they will be aware of the effects climate change in result of our carelessness has on the underwater. What do you think about it?

  • British Council.jpg reserved_moment | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    My question is for Al Gore,
    Which country is mostly affected by climate change? Which country is working hard and taking commendable steps to control climate change?

  • British Council.jpg reserved_moment | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti Chakravarthi,
    The modern technologies that we are using in our industry or agriculture to develop our world are these really developing our world or damaging it? Aren't these affecting our environment or climate?

  • British Council.jpg splendid_power | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea.
    Actually, I became astonished as well as exhilarated to see your strong willpower and courage. It's really a matter of joy that you held the world’s first ever underwater climate strike in the heart of Indian Ocean.

    We know, island nations are increasingly vulnerable to the effects of the climate crisis, and obviously rely heavily on oceans. What is your experience as both an activist and a marine biologist from an island nation?

  • British Council.jpg unique_mandarin | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    11 Sep 2021

    Is the climate change is very dangerous and harmful for the world ??can you plz tall something about it?

  • British Council.jpg splendid_power | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    For former American Vice President Al Gore

    You are now the founder and head of an organization dedicated to solving the climate crisis, and certainly you have great information and experience, and you have made great efforts in the field of collecting and disseminating information about the climate changes.
    I think there are incidents which inspire us, influence us to do a particular work.
    You’ve moved from the world of politics to the craft of environment.
    My question is for you, which things had actually shaken you to think about climate crisis?
    Also your documentary " An Inconvenient Truth " is one of the most successful documentaries of all time.Could you explain the viewers role in tackling climate change?

  • British Council.jpg poetic_library | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    11 Sep 2021

    My question is for Shaama Sandooyea:

    It was really a great pleasure for me to get to know about such a thoughtful and ingenious person like you. And it would be really great if I can meet many more people like you who are concerned about the latent world of diversity lying on the seabed.

    We all know that even in the present era, as a girl, we face a lot of difficulties and criticisms along with discouragement and pressure from both family and society while doing different works. So my question to you is-
    As a girl, while taking such a big step of holding the underwater climate strike being the world's very first person to do so, did you come across these sort of things? If you came across then how did you overcome those?

  • British Council.jpg capable_dusk | School of Excellence | India
    11 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti Chakravarthi,
    Does giving seminars, and TEDTalks help in actually eradicating the actual problem? Doesn't being just an observer and not be able to actually contribute to the problem-solving process bother you?

  • British Council.jpg affectionate_hippopotamus | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    12 Sep 2021

    My question to former USA vice president Al Gore is:
    As you have founded the organisation "the climate reality project" and also won the Nobel Peace Prize, along with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, for “Informing the world of the dangers posed by climate change",Do you think you have reached enough number of people you intended to make aware of climate change who can take actions about climate change? If not,then What kind of people you would like to make aware of this danger most between the senior citizens and young people in the world to make the world a better place to live?

  • British Council.jpg affectionate_hippopotamus | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    12 Sep 2021

    My question to Shaama Sandooyea is:
    In the underwater strike you specifically mentioned about the youth.What do you think the youth should do about the climate change? Are you looking forward to conduct more ocean strikes like this with more young people to create a bigger awareness?

  • British Council.jpg warm_butterfly | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    12 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti Chakravarthi,
    As a student of sustainable development and social anthropology,
    Do all the countries have the same opinion and agree that other countries don't care about the critical conditions and matters of their countries as if they don't suffer from it?
    And which country's conditions are most critical to the risks of climate change???

  • British Council.jpg enlightened_goji | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    12 Sep 2021

    Firstly I would like to thank former vice President Al Gore for his initiative to make the world free from the claws of climate change. My question is "What do you personally do in your daily life as an individual to prevent climate change and that we general people can implement in our life as well?"

  • British Council.jpg warm_butterfly | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    12 Sep 2021

    Shama Sanduya,
    My question is about that is our upper climate different from the underground climate?
    And how does it affects the different organisms and many species living underground as you mentioned earlier that there are wonderful and different kinds of creatures living there whom we know not???

  • British Council.jpg devoted_horse | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    12 Sep 2021

    Hey Shama sandooyea,
    I hope you are in the best of your health.
    I wanted to ask a question. That As I see your work gained alot of publicity so, what kind of problems have you faced in this period ?because besides appreciation, people criticise too.

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Sep 2021

    Hi Hernan
    Your interesting and interesting work caught my looking , so I wanted to ask you
    My question: I have heard about many peoples who have lost their culture, land and civilization, so how can we, as children and youth, preserve our culture and civilization from being lost and remain present and always wonderful in the future and future generations? ?

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Sep 2021

    Hello Druti Chakravarthy
    I would like to ask you a question about your interesting cycle. My question is:
    What exactly did you do on the student page?? Where is the university located??

  • British Council.jpg enthusiastic_hippopotamus | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Sep 2021

    For Hernán Payaguaje
    Your country's lack of technology, How could it cause difficulty in facing climate change?

  • British Council.jpg enthusiastic_hippopotamus | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi
    You represent India as a leader in climate reality. In your opinion, can the ambassadors of the countries become part of the fight against climate change?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernan my question is these aborigines said the animals are escaping, their habitat has become unlivable, their memory is lost, and one day they can get out of food because they live in a privileged area...how can we work together for them...so that these Small births to stay?

  • British Council.jpg reliable_construction | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Sep 2021

    My question for Hernan payaguaje:
    Did you think that Corona virus
    eased the climate crisis?

  • British Council.jpg intellectual_glockenspiel | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    My question to Al Gore:
    We all are the eye-witnesses of global warming. We know how deadly it can be in the next few years. Starting from a researcher who reads thousands of articles on this topic, a student who gets lessons in her textbook relating to global warming, and a farmer who is not highly educated but can feel the change from past to present, we all know the consequences of this change. But the question is "are we really aware?" It is not enough to arrange seminars and tell everyone out there what to do. Because I believe most of us know the outcome of global warming but we are not willing to do what exactly we should do in our initiatives.
    Once you said, "Use your voice, use your vote, use your choice". But most people are not choosing a pollution-free environment. What do you think is the reason behind it? And what can be done to motivate these people to work for the environment by their own will?

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    My question to Shaama Sandooyea is that what problems have you faced while starting this strike and how you overcame it? And how are you running this strike? Can you please give us some advices and suggestions regarding this to be a climate savior?

  • British Council.jpg excited_agency | Tarun Madhyamik Vidyalaya | Nepal
    13 Sep 2021

    my question for Hernan is" Are the younger generation of your nationality accessible to education system,health facilities and other basic rights ?"

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    Question for Al Gore:
    Do you really see that you have already found an institution working in an institution devoted to solving the climate crisis, and have already found a limitation of this phenomenon?!
    This phenomenon but then found a result?

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    Question for Shama Sanduya:
    You're a marine biologist and your work is the sea and so on. My question is what made you think about taking this strike about the underwater climate?!
    Also, I want to ask, is there a specific reason behind your choosing the Indian Ocean in a certain way to carry out this strike?!

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    A question for vice president.....Will the climate change have any effect on developed countries?As they might have taken steps and invented technologies to fight against it....

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    A question for shaama.... Can't we find the the most suitable reefs of the ocean that could save our marine lives like corals and fishes from being extict?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    Is making hybrid species of marine lives an effective way of saving them?
    This question is for shaama

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    I have a question for shaama....would we,the humans along with all others animals get extinct if the marine lives specially fishes get extinct? Because all the creatures are included in a specific food cycle and if one of them gets extinct,it is likely that other animals might also get extinct for the disruption of the food cycle.

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    My question is for Hernán Payaguaje.
    You have created an organization named Ceibo Alliance in which you work to protect your territory, culture, provide safe water supplies among the people and so on. Now my question is how you relate your works as a solution to the climate change? I mean how you and your organization contributing to stop climate change?

  • British Council.jpg secure_cymbals | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    This question for phruti chakravathi :Will the human race end due to crises and climate change

  • British Council.jpg curious_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    My question is for- Hernán Payaguaje.

    I am very much overwhelmed to see your effort for your tradition, culture, identity and language. I am also very much pleased to see that you, the indigenous people are taking much care of the amazon rainforest which carries a lot of natural resources. Would you like to share it with us what kind of obstacles you had encountered? I think fighting with one's own tradition as an indigenous is not an easy task but you have did the heroic struggle by uniting the 4 nationalities together. "I respect you from the core of my heart." So, I have a request to you. We, the young generation will be very much delighted if you kindly say how we should preserve our heritage, tradition and culture. If I ask you for giving 3 tips to protect our nature and environment, what will be the 3 tips for your young generation?
    I think the young generation like us is very much interested to hear these advices from you as you are one of the talented indigenous fighter in our eyes.
    As you are very much experienced about amazon rainforest, can you please tell us what basic things we should do to protect our beloved amazon rainforest?

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    My question is for Former American Vice President Al Gore.
    You have mentioned that the main and biggest reason for climate change is the burning of fossil fuels. My question to you is how you evaluate the idea of transforming all the vehicles into electrical vehicles? By using hydro electricity and solar energy in a large scale we can provide the required electricity. Thus a lot of fossil emissions can be stopped. What do you think about this? Is it a good idea or bad?

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Droti Chakravarthy. After I read in the new project the issue that was raised this week, which is the issue of the lack of rooms for attendees in the countries hosting the summit, and after I read your career in the field of climate, I would like to ask is this issue new in the modern era or has it happened more than once??? Who are these countries that have suffered from this issue in the past, and which countries may suffer from it in the future?? And what is the reason for it?

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    I'd like to ask marine biologist and climate activist Shama Sanduya. Are your underwater strikes positively popular in society??

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask marine biologist and climate activist Shama Sanduya, are marine organisms affected as much by climate changes as surface organisms are affected by it (what happens to organisms on the surface, death of organisms due to drought, fires, lack of trees and floods) are they affected as much as surface organisms or affected less??? How is it affected??

    1. British Council.jpg helpful_blackcurrant | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      compassionate_explanation's comment 13 Sep 2021

      I like this question..👍👍
      Because it directs future generations from climate damage and crises..👌👌

  • British Council.jpg helpful_blackcurrant | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    My question for Former American Vice President Al Gore..
    About why you wrote many books that talk about the climate crisis, and whether the climate is harmful or bad for some countries?🤔🤔

  • British Council.jpg bright_grape | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea,
    People are well aware about how they should change their lifestyles, reduce microplastics but still they don't stop themselves especially in the Indian subcontinent. They say, 'Others will throw as well, my one trash doesn't matter'. For these so-called aware adults, how can we change their perspectives and make them truly understand how necessary it is for them to come and speak up? Another question is, we all know how severe the Deep Horizon Oil spill was in the Gulf of Mexico, various marine species were killed. What steps shall we take as youths to ensure that these types of incident doesn't occur again? What are the things that are in our hands and what can we change?

  • British Council.jpg convivial_vegetable | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    Iwould like to ask former American vice president
    How much progress have we made during the three decades of adopting the Convention on the Rights of the Child?

  • British Council.jpg openminded_peak | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    Can scientists save endangered species by resettling them?😞

  • British Council.jpg congenial_dolphin | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Sep 2021

    My question to the former American vice president Al Gore:
    In your Ted talk about averting the climate crisis, you told about becoming a "green consumer".
    What would be your solution for the countries where people still burn woods for cooking? And how many of these people came in contact with your organisation " Climate Reality" ?
    I am really eager to know how much successful it was to reach out the underprivileged people and engage them in our climate protection campaign.

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Hernan Is climate change related to human rights? and how? And do countries agree to it?

  • British Council.jpg considerate_strawberry | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    14 Sep 2021

    My question to Shaama Sandooyea is, 'What type of effects have already fallen or what type of effects have you seen or felt into your small island named Mauritius in Indian ocean for climate changes?? As you have come from a country which is fully covered by ocean'

  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    14 Sep 2021

    So I have a question to former vice president Al Gore.Why don't we invest billions of money for the bemefit of our planet instead of investing in projects like going to mars...our earth is the most capable one for us to live.people have lived here for thousands of years.As you are an influencing person... you could bring this change.could you please do it sir?

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  • British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    14 Sep 2021

    For Marine biologist and climate activist Shaama Sandooyea
    How does the ocean play a role when facing environmental crises such as climate change?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      exuberant_snow's comment 15 Sep 2021

      Climate change means ocean change. While the full effects of climate change on the oceans are not clear, studies predict increased temperatures, rising sea levels, and changes in ocean chemistry, such as ocean acidification and other changes. The pH of the terrestrial oceans as a result of the increased absorption by these oceans of human-source emissions of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. These acids greatly affect marine organisms, so the effect on the oceans is the same as the effect on the land

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    14 Sep 2021

    My Question is to Al-Gore:
    Hello! Undoubtedly you are a genius man. As you were in charge of vice president for 7 years and surely your experience about climate change and other things is beyond my imagination.

    I think people care about those things which they really love. If anybody truly loved the earth, then he would not rush to his job to become a billionaire. Rather, he would try to find ways to save planet.

    So my question is-
    In your 7 years of Vice-president career, have you ever found a truly conscious citizen who is really concerned about this planet? If you really found such a person and share the story with us, I guess it will be the inspiration for young generation like us so that we can also have the wish to love our planet.

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  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    14 Sep 2021

    Question for Al Gore:
    You served as Vice President of the United States for 7 years and then opened your foundation to solve the climate crisis. My question is, has this period of your tenure as Vice President alerted you to the issue of climate change and made you open your eyes and mind to consider this aspect?! What prompted you to educate people about this crisis?? What are your ways to convince them??

  • British Council.jpg focused_journalist | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    14 Sep 2021

    My question to the former American Vice President Al Gore:
    The main cause of global warming is the massive amount of carbon emission. The industrially developed countries around the globe are producing that in a lage amount. But expert says there's a possibility of getting the lower regions of the world under water very soon. If that happens who will make compansation to them for this? People at those region will lose their habitats. What do world leaders think about that? Less industrial developed countries are being the sufferers here.

  • British Council.jpg congenial_dolphin | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    14 Sep 2021

    My question to former American vice President Al Gore:
    Who are going to lead the world next decade? Undoubtedly the youths of this generation, right? Unfortunately we have seen the humiliating attitude of Donald Trump towards the student activist Greeta Thunberg. Which shattered hopes of many youth concerns.
    My question is :What plans do you and your organisation have to empower the young leaders? How would you make a congenial environment for them to work freely for the climate?

  • British Council.jpg enchanted_turkey | School of Excellence Sector-23 Rohini | India
    14 Sep 2021

    Indigenous communities primarily based in forest are one of the first people to experience climate change closely. Even after all this, their reluctance / hesitation towards modern technology and ideologies can be very well understood. So my question for Mr. Hernán Payaguaje is, 'how did you bridge the gap between the technology-driven world and communities that strongly treasure their culture and ancient techniques and how did the world respond to their involvement in decision making at the international level?

  • British Council.jpg amazing_skill | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    14 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Al Gore Did books have an impact on the opinion of some sages and people and made it a more important topic?

  • British Council.jpg active_speech | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    15 Sep 2021

    A question to former vice president....will the side effects of climate change result in poverty in upcoming years?As one the most global crisis COVID-19 has resulted in that so...

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      active_speech's comment 15 Sep 2021

      Yes, because the climate crisis will cost a lot in the future if we do not find solutions to it because people cannot go out and the temperature is high and when the sea level rises, it will eliminate 40% of the coastal population in the world and acids in the seas will kill marine organisms, so it is not possible to extract a source of food for humans

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    15 Sep 2021

    My question is for former American Vice President Al Gore.
    HI! I'm very much honoured for having the opportunity to ask questions to a great man like you. My question is why we are wasting billions of money arranging sports competitions like football, cricket, olympics etc.? Instead we could use that money for the betterment of our earth. Qatar is spending $220 billion US dollars for the football world cup 2022. But if we could invest that huge amount of money to solve climate crisis, a lot of problems would have been solved. Survival is more important than entertainment. When the earth is in front of a great danger why people are wasting money just for entertainment purpose?
    People are not concerned enough about the danger we will be facing in the near future. How people could be made conscious? What do you think regarding this?

    1. British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      lively_deer's comment 15 Sep 2021

      I agree with you in your opinion, but we should not be entertained, not to have fun, but to some extent. Also, Qatar's money that it pays for the 2022 Cup is to entertain people and also for entertainment. It can divide this price of money and solve problems in the country with it, but Qatar, because it does not show signs of climate change, does not care about this. The subject we can educate people through several methods 1/ Putting up banners and establishing phenomena for those who do not want a solution to this problem 2/ If it does not work, we will publish on social media and the media and warn about this phenomenon because if we do not solve this problem, it will cause many crises in the future.

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Sep 2021

    I want to ask you ,I read in many articales that methane gas released by cows has a significant impact on climate change . My qyestion is How is that and how can we mitigate this gas?

  • British Council.jpg excited_lute | Tarun Madhyamik Vidyalaya | Nepal
    15 Sep 2021

    My question is for former american vice president al gore what is the purpose of cop26?

  • British Council.jpg enlightened_goji | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti Chakravarti. As you are an excellent COP-25 observer, you can undoubtedly give excellent ideas.
    I really want to know what type of steps can be taken to improve education quality during this Covid-19 pandemic especially by the developing and under-developed countries. Since the students of these countries are facing difficulties, what can the Government do to make education more accessible to the students?

  • British Council.jpg successful_violin | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Sep 2021

    My question to- American Vice president Al Gore.
    We see that everytime political leaders are only thinking of political stability and making the country more economically developed thorough implementing new projects among different countries and these news become the headline of newspaper and news channel. But there is hardly any headline for the most important issue_ Climate change. So why don't the organization is implementing any project among different countries over climate change which will make people to think over the issue seriously? Why no newspaper is publishing any headline line in the front page while lots of entertaining news, businesses news are being published? So is your hard work over creating awareness among people making any success ? And is people taking any effective step on the topic and if not then how can we make people aware globally?

  • British Council.jpg successful_violin | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Sep 2021

    My question to- Shaama Sandoyea
    You are doing a great job and hope that you experienced a lot doing so.
    So what inspired you to do such a activity? Did you talk with the people residing alone the water bodies and also with them who run water vehicles that do they know that how they are polluting water? Did you make them understand so that they become aware of the issue and what experience you get while taking with them?

  • British Council.jpg blissful_measurement | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask former US Vice President Al Gore what makes him lean in this direction, i.e. why he chose the topic of solving the climate crisis, and is there a large number of countries in solidarity with this project or not a large number because some countries do not suffer from it at the present time
    Also, I am honored to pose a question to a great person like you, I am very happy ❤

  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Sep 2021

    My question to, American's Former Vice President Al Gore..
    We all know that, the cause of climate change is global warming. We can prevent it by reducing the emission of carbon-dioxide and methane gas in the atmosphere. By reducing burning of coal, petroleum and natural gas and use of renewable energy(such as; solar energy and wind for producing energy), we can reduce the emission of carbon-dioxide.
    I want to say that, one cannot reduce the emission of carbon-dioxide. At first, the government should be aware of it. But they are not. For example- Government give 150% to 200% tax on electric cars that makes the price double. And for saving money, people buy cars that burns fossil fuel.
    So, My question is- Is government taking all the necessary steps to reduce carbon emission?

  • British Council.jpg poetic_library | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Sep 2021

    My question is for AI Gore:

    Of course you are a brilliant person with vast knowledge and experience in numerous fields. It was great to know about your efforts for awaring people throughout the world and encouraging them to solve the climate crisis.

    In the video you said that burning fossil fuel is the main factor of global warming causing numerous problems although it provides more than 80% of all energy that the world uses and I totally agree with this. In fact, because of the harmful and catastrophic nature, it has become really important to stop the uses of these fossil fuels and think of the substitutes in the shortest possible time. So my question is-
    In your opinion, what can be used as the best substitutes for fossil fuels and whether the substitutes will be able to match with the productivity and availability of the fossil fuels or not?
    Also as we have been using the fossil fuels for centuries, so will the people around the world be able to accept and adapt with the newly introduced energy resources in place of the fossil fuels?

  • British Council.jpg gregarious_dragonfruit | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Sep 2021

    My question to american vice president Al gore that,
    We cut our birthday cake and give gift to the birthday child,can't we celebrate the birthday of our loving planet and gift this billions of trees,think that in a birthday of a child we all give him/her any gift,but in the birthday of the planet the planet can deserve 7 billion of trees,can't we approve the idea?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    I love fantasy and prediction questions because they give space for thinking and creativity
    One of those questions that
    I came to my mind about the Corona virus We all know that when the Corona virus came, home quarantine was applied in most countries of the world and factories and human activity stopped, a positive change occurred in the environment, as some balance in animals and plants returned to it.
    My question is, if the Corona virus did not occur and did not achieve this balance and human activities continued, such as industry, fishing, etc., what bad things and disasters could have happened to the world?
    Will the world be able to face and control these disasters?
    I asked this question so that we realize the positive side of the Corona virus, even though most of the world's population looks at it with a pessimistic view, and also to realize how dangerous human activities and their harmful emissions are. on the environment.
    Will the Corona virus affect climate change?

  • British Council.jpg intellectual_glockenspiel | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Sep 2021

    My Question to Dhruti Chakravarthi-
    You are a girl from India (a developing country). Then, you moved to the United Kingdom (a developed country). So, you have experience of both countries, their cultures, their mindsets, and their perspectives. My question is- where did you observe the most awareness for climate change? And considering which factors you are measuring this? Are the youths of both countries willing to take initiatives on their own to protect the environment? Where did you get the highest rate? And lastly, the country which is much aware than the other, what do you think motivates them to work for it?

    As per the existing information and statistics, we can guess the result of the 1st question. We know that countries like India and Bangladesh will suffer the most from this change (compared to the United Kingdom). So, in a general sense, these countries should have been much aware. But in real life, it's not happening. What do you think are the barriers of these countries to be conscious of protecting the environment?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    Hello everyone... I think that Covid 19 has affected the environment a lot in almost all respects, but many of us are ignorant of how it was affected... They know that it has affected, but they think it is only negative and this is wrong thinking... Because Covid 19 It really made us think about the environment, it made us see things we didn't see and didn't care about.... It made us see that everything has its pros and cons.... For example, the Covid 19 virus is one of its drawbacks, which is anxiety, fear, deaths and recurring diseases, but Its benefits are really great. This epidemic came to urge people to think, and perhaps after the epidemic is over, people will still think about their health and their lives more because of it.... and then people will think about everything around them and care about everything... .
    What you think ? And is there a significant effect of coved 19 on climate?

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    How can we convince people to avoid the idea of ​​getting rid of waste by burning it? Burning them greatly affects climate change, because when they are burned, greenhouse gases are released.

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    My question to Al Gore. What's the most exciting way to combat climate change you've heard about?

  • British Council.jpg blissful_measurement | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    First of all, I am honored to ask questions to great people like you. Thank you for giving me this. I would like to ask Droti Chakravarthy what made her responsible for monitoring the climate and does she have any problem in her position being the editor of the student newspaper at the University of Edinburgh

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    Hi Hernan.. I would like to ask you what inspired you to do this great thing?? What is the thing that can also inspire children to do this??

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    Hello Hernan..defending the land, homeland and culture is one of the most important things that we must do. We must defend by all available means to keep our history forever. Therefore, I would like to ask you this important question and I hope for an answer... I read about you that you made an alliance. Can you Would you tell me more about it, the terms, and the goals of the alliance?? I think it was a great step in order to do the defense of the homeland

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Sep 2021

    Hello Al Gore
    I enjoyed reading your file, it is one of the most beautiful files..I had really wonderful experiences writing and writing books..Can you tell me how you feel when the world accepts your books??
    How did the world affect you, did they support you or what??

  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    17 Sep 2021

    My question is for Shaama Sandooyea.
    Actually, I became astonished as well as exhilarated to see your strong willpower and courage. It's really a matter of joy that you held the world’s first ever underwater climate strike in the Indian Ocean. So my question is-
    Can you please say, Which thing would inspire you the most for your brilliant journey? I heard from your video that you enjoy it always. To you, what is the centre of attraction beneath the ocean? Didn't weather in the underwater area affect you? If the weather was bad, wouldn't it break down your willpower or determination? How did you tackle all those situations together?

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  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    17 Sep 2021

    My question to- American Vice president Al Gore.
    That
    We see that everytime political leaders are only thinking of political stability and making the country more economically developed thorough implementing new projects among different countries and these news become the headline of newspaper and news channel. But there is hardly any headline for the most important issue_ Climate change. So why don't the organization is implementing any project among different countries over climate change which will make people to think over the issue seriously? Why no newspaper is publishing any headline line in the front page while lots of entertaining news, businesses news are being published? So is your hard work over creating awareness among people making any success ? And is people taking any effective step on the topic and if not then how can we make people aware globally?

  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    17 Sep 2021

    So
    I have a question to former vice president Al Gore.Why don't we invest billions of money for the bemefit of our planet instead of investing in projects like going to mars...our earth is the most capable one for us to live.people have lived here for thousands of years.As you are an influencing person... you could bring this change.could you please do it sir?

  • British Council.jpg successful_violin | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Sep 2021

    My question to- Hernán Payaguaje
    You made the most unique opportunity among your communities and got an opportunity to study at university so what inspired you to go out of your culture and gain education and When you came in contact with a different form of culture from yours how you adapted ?
    With the changing world you people are also bound to change your way of living and also your culture to save yourself and your culture, memories are also somehow getting away so if you want to bring your people in light of modern science and technology then how will you save your culture, your identity as those things (modern science and technology) will influence your total lifestyle and how will you gather awareness to protect your rights as indigenous or you want to lose your identity as indigenous?

  • British Council.jpg charming_wolf | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Sep 2021

    This question is for Dhruti Chakravati. We know, underwater habitats, the marine equivalent of space stations, are being constructed for the sake of research on marine life. Space stations , after a while , run out of fuel and become useless. The space has been polluted with such stations to a large extent by now. Similarly, these marine habitats might actually do more harm than intended while doing research on the very topic of harming it. So why are we interfering with the natural flow of marine lives rather than taking projects to filter junks from the ocean?

  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    18 Sep 2021

    Hello! This question is for Al-Gore.

    Clearly enough, everyone wants a long-term solution for climate change. Future generations will thank us for some investment in tree plantation and environment friendly factories. These days developed countries like the USA, the UAE, etc. are investing hugely in cloud seeding technology, which is basically a curse in disguise. Such technology may make it seemingly easier for the drought affected places to grow crops and maintain the temperature, but does tremendous harm to the atmosphere. My doubt is, What is making these nations take to such shortsighted actions in stead of long term investment in protecting the environment?

  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    18 Sep 2021

    Hellow;🖐Dhruti Chakravarthi-
    You are a girl from India (a developing country). Then, you moved to the United Kingdom (a developed country). So, you have experience of both countries, their cultures, their mindsets, and their perspectives. My question is- where did you observe the most awareness for climate change? And considering which factors you are measuring this? Are the youths of both countries willing to take initiatives on their own to protect the environment? Where did you get the highest rate? And lastly, the country which is much aware than the other, what do you think motivates them to work for it?

    As per the existing information and statistics, we can guess the result of the 1st question. We know that countries like India and Bangladesh will suffer the most from this change (compared to the United Kingdom). So, in a general sense, these countries should have been much aware. But in real life, it's not happening. What do you think are the barriers of these countries to be conscious of protecting the environment?

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  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Sep 2021

    Question for Hernan Bayaguaj:
    Is there a reason that being from the Ecuadorean community gave you a unique opportunity to study at university?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Sep 2021

    Question for Hernan Bayagoague:
    How will your people learn the political and legal systems and maintain a strong cultural identity?!

  • British Council.jpg lively_apple | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Sep 2021

    My question is
    #what's the role of each individual in society to addresses climate change phenomenon??
    * I hope you answer my question
    Best regards

  • British Council.jpg unassuming_tamarillo | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Sep 2021

    I have a question for all of you, how can I know the level of impact of climate change on my country?

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Sep 2021

    Studies indicate that the olive harvest rate for 2021 in Gaza will decrease to 65% as a result of climate change How can you, as an environmental specialist, provide advice to avoid such a crisis next year, and what decisions will the conference take to solve such crises, especially as they are considered a main source of income for a poor country like Palestine?

  • British Council.jpg reliable_construction | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Sep 2021

    What would the world be like if it did not suffer from the climate crisis?

  • British Council.jpg blissful_measurement | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Sep 2021

    First of all, I am honored to ask questions to great people like you. Thank you for giving me this. I would like to ask Droti Chakravarthy what made her lean into this field and which countries are most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
    What are the least affected countries and what is the difference between them?

  • British Council.jpg chatty_cicada | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Shama, have these strikes paid off? Or was it without positive results?!

  • British Council.jpg thoughtful_message | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Sep 2021

    My question for sir Al Gore is,
    Sir, will we be able to fully overcome the climate crisis? If yes, probably how long it will take to recover from this deadly crisis?

  • British Council.jpg serious_camel | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Sep 2021

    As eradicating co2 emission is the most effective way to solve the climate change crisis , don't you think it is getting impossible day by day to solve it as whole world is forwarding very fast towards industrialization???

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Sep 2021

    My Question to Dhruti Chakravati:

    India is one of the most threatened countries by climate change and its risks (Climate Risk Index: 18.17). In many disasters and other devastating natural events have caused more than 2,000 deaths , losses of 37,807 million dollars and a decrease in per capita GDP of 0.36%.

    What can the main or more valid reason behind this vulnerable situation?

    1) Greater number of pollution due top the country being densely populated?

    2) Less awareness of your people about climate change?

    3) Geographical location?

  • British Council.jpg champion_seed | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    21 Sep 2021

    1- I go to America's principal vice president, Al Gore
    What is the reality of the climate crisis? Why was her first step towards families of children?
    2- I put the question to Shama: What is the impact of the climate crisis on marine life?
    3- I ask Droty the question: Why was India chosen for climatic realities? What are the rules that have been adopted?
    4- I turn my question to Hearnen: If green life is the solution to the climate crisis, what is the motive for leaving it and keeping pace with technological development?
    5- What are the rules and foundations upon which a solution to the climate crisis is established?

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    21 Sep 2021

    Question to Al Gore: You produced a book that talks about climate change and it has received great support from people. Do you think that if we published many books on climate change, it would be a solution in limiting climate change?!

  • British Council.jpg intellectual_glockenspiel | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Sep 2021

    Hello, Shaama Sandooyea. You are such a genius and enthusiastic girl. Your step to save the marine organisms is really unique and awesome. By this time, I have come to know that you are a great badminton player, too. So, my question to you is:

    In your journey to this activity (underwater climate strike), is there any role of sports to motivate you? If yes, through which incident you were motivated towards this? Can you please tell us about your story? (Mostly role of sports to motivate you towards awareness of the environment) And about your other companions, who were the most… (Sports Background) or (Non- sport Background)?

    In this era of technology, where most of the adults are busy with their own work i.e assignments, semester final, watching videos online, playing video games, etc; you are an exception. So, what will be your advice for these people to come and save our earth? How are you gonna make them realize that spending 2-3 hours a week for the betterment of the ecosystem is far better than watching unnecessary videos online? Along with the strike, do you have any plan like arranging sessions convincing the people to have a step saving the world? Excited to get the answers from you.

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    22 Sep 2021

    My question to Shama Sanduya.
    Indeed, I was amazed and delighted to see your willpower and courage. It is really a pleasure to have organized the world's first underwater climate strike in the Indian Ocean. So my question is-
    Can you say, what is the thing that inspires you the most for your wonderful trip? I heard from your video that you always enjoy it. For you, what is the center of attraction under the ocean? Did the weather in the underwater area affect you? If the weather is bad, will it not destroy your will or your resolve? How did you handle all these situations together?
    And how did your propaganda spread so quickly? And did you overcome at the beginning of this protest? I really want to know more

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    22 Sep 2021

    My question to Shaama Sandooyea
    What was the result of your underwater strike? How many support have you got? Have you done anything to save the ocean from climate change or you just rise up banner in ocean?

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    23 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernán Payaguaje
    Hi Hernán! I appreciate your steps you have taken to save minor nationalities of your area. Do you think there is a relation of climate change with cultural identity, modern technologies and legal and political systems? If so, why do you think that?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      lively_deer's comment 23 Sep 2021

      Superb question which shows you have thought carefully about the different communities and systems in our world.

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    23 Sep 2021

    My question to Droti Chakravarthy:
    Do overlooking some viewpoints affect climate change.

  • British Council.jpg lively_deer | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    23 Sep 2021

    My question is for Dhruti Chakravarti
    Hello Dhruti! It is a great pleasure for me for having the opportunity to ask questions to an observer of COP25. We know, fossil fuels are the main cause of global warming and the developed countries emit it the most. They are engaged in competition of exceeding one another in all sectors while the earth is in front of a great danger. But the sad reality is, the people who suffer the most are the countries who contribute least in global warming and climate change. And as far I know, those countries try to avoid when they are asked for compensation by sufferer countries.
    As an observer of COP25, what have you observed there regarding this? Are the voices of sufferer countries being heard? Or they being overlooked?

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    23 Sep 2021

    Hi Hernan,
    I would like to ask you a question, and my question is: How did your people and your people react when you did your studies and other work? And how did you convince them to use technology and others?

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    23 Sep 2021

    Hello Shaama Sandooyea'
    I would like to ask you a question, and my question is: We, as children and youth, if we wanted to write awareness banners, what are the conditions or terms for it to succeed as you did??

  • British Council.jpg coherent_pie | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hey there Al Gore, the former American Vice President ,
    I have a question to you that can Climate Change be a part of natural cycle?

  • British Council.jpg diplomatic_signature | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hey there Al Gore, Former Vice President of America
    Its an Honor to ask you a question about climate crisis. My question is the Ozone hole causing climate change?

  • British Council.jpg coherent_pie | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hello Shaama Sandooyea,
    My query to you is that whether marine litter is fully removable or not?

  • British Council.jpg coherent_pie | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hey Hernán,
    Your work is incredible for your own people. Now, do you think that you can do the same for the rest of us? If you think so, how?

  • British Council.jpg diplomatic_signature | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hey Hernán Payaguaje,
    I wanted to ask you that what are the treaty rights of indigenous ?

  • British Council.jpg daring_musician | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Dear Hernán Payaguaje,
    Don't you think sharing your beautiful cultural traditions with us is a similarly important step on walking together and saving your traditions from extinction? If yes, then how do are you planning on spreading your traditions among us?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      daring_musician's comment 27 Sep 2021

      This is a very interesting and original question about how we spread indigenous traditions, rather than the other way around.

  • British Council.jpg diplomatic_signature | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hey Hernán Payaguaje,
    I wanted to ask you that what are the treaty rights of indigenous ?

  • British Council.jpg victorious_contribution | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    This question is for Hernán Payaguaje. My question is, what is your future view and expectation regarding Ceibo Alliance in the upcoming future? Since technology and modernity is expanding rapidly in the 21st century, many primitive cultures and heritages are at risk of disappearing. So how do you hope your great initiative to turn out as?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      victorious_contribution's comment 27 Sep 2021

      An excellent question!

  • British Council.jpg grounded_chameleon | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    25 Sep 2021

    Hey,Hernán Payaguaje
    How can we convert the indigenous people of our country ? what are the steps to do so? How can we introduce them to the modern education curriculum?

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      grounded_chameleon's comment 27 Sep 2021

      What do you mean by convert? Is converting a good thing?

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    25 Sep 2021

    Hello Dhruti, I would like to ask you this question: From your experience, what are the qualities that you think should be present in the representative of the country in the climate cycle?? And what effect do they have on you??

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    26 Sep 2021

    My question is for the former Vice President Al Gore.

    Certainly your books, write-ups, documentaries are playing a huge role in creating awareness in people's minds for climate change. but don't you think we all should emphasize on some social awareness programs as well? Because not everyone is accustomed with reading books and watching documentaries. organizing more number of social awareness programs will convey the awareness to almost all the people in the surroundings because these physical events works much better to make people learn somethings. So, don't you think you, or we all should emphasize on social awareness programs for climate change on regular basis?

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    26 Sep 2021

    My question to Hernán Payaguaje. Hi Hernán! I appreciate your steps .You showed that unity can stop the change in cultural identity of ancestors which happened due to climate change . And i can get a idea from your video that technological advancement might happen.So what do you think can only unity stop the changes in culture in all the remote areas where people are not enough educated . If so than what's your opinion and what about the technological flourishment ??

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      free_river's comment 27 Sep 2021

      Great question!

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    26 Sep 2021

    My question is for Al Gore:

    So far I know, most of the third world countries, along with Bangladesh aren't that much regular or habitual with your books and documentaries. Sadly enough, my own country Bangladesh also belongs to that group. Most of our people aren't that much accustomed with the culture, write-ups and works related to the environment. Do think this is the main reason why these climate crisis and disastrous situation are happening the most to us?

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    26 Sep 2021

    My question is for Al Gore:

    According to your perspective, which one is more beneficial to solve the climate change problem?
    Bringing the climate change issue to everyone by the means of mainstream media or institutional educations regarding the environment?

  • British Council.jpg convivial_vegetable | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    27 Sep 2021

    Has anyone ever discovered in a scientific report issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change changes in the Earth's climate in every region of the world and covering the entire climate system؟

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    27 Sep 2021

    I would like to ask Droti Chakravarthy
    Denial and protest by some people that there is no climate change, does it affect climate change and what are the ways to convince them.

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    30 Sep 2021

    My question to Shama,Is poverty the main reason for countries that suffer from the climate change crisis more, and also does the protest and denial of some people about the existence of the climate change crisis affect climate change and does democracy help in solving this crisis?

  • British Council.jpg lively_apple | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    01 Oct 2021

    My question is
    Do tipping points inevitably go in the wrong direction about climate change issue??
    I'd be glad to answer my question

  • British Council.jpg ethical_musician | School of Excellence Sector-23 Rohini | India
    02 Oct 2021

    Effects of climate change in day-to-day life:-
    rising maximum temperatures.
    rising minimum temperatures.
    rising sea levels.
    higher ocean temperatures.
    an increase in heavy precipitation (heavy rain and hail)
    shrinking glaciers.
    thawing permafrost.

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    Hello Shama Sanduya
    I would like to ask you what are the behaviors that people do that they think are right but wrong and negatively affect the climate in the seas??

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    Hello Shama Sanduya
    I would like to ask you a question related to the strike that you carried out.. what prompted you to do it and what are the factors that caused you to go on this strike??

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    Hello Shama Sanduya,
    I would like to ask you, and my question is: We as children and youth, how can we protect the underwater climate and the seas, and how do we do that while preserving the fisheries??!

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    Hello SHAMA SANDUYA,
    I would like to ask you a slightly different question: Why did you choose the youth category within the slogan of your strike, why did you not choose children or adults??!

  • British Council.jpg impartial_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    Hello Dhruit
    I would like to ask you a question: What does sustainability mean to you and do you think it is an essential element for building a developed society??

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      impartial_lute's comment 04 Oct 2021

      Can you ask this here - https://talk.economistfoundation.org/projects/cop26-the-power-of-perspectives/experts/dhruti-chakravarthi-answers-your-questions/ please?

  • British Council.jpg gutsy_truth | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    02 Oct 2021

    my question is what is the most difficult thing to change in climate

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    I want to ask Hernan: Can geoengineering reverse climate change, and what side effects might that occur?

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    I want to ask Hernan: What are the links between sustainable development and limiting global warming above pre-industrial levels?

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    02 Oct 2021

    I want to ask Hernan: Who helps in absorbing carbon the most perennial trees or seasonal trees?

  • British Council.jpg super_flight | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    03 Oct 2021

    I would like to ask from Al Gore: What factors have led the world to face climate crisis , and how they can be overcomed?

  • British Council.jpg thankful_reality | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    04 Oct 2021

    There is so much air pollution in our environment we can stop it by planting trees,don't burn the wasts,use catalytic converters in vehicles and by using public transport instead of personal vehicles etc.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    Question for Hernan Bayaguaj : Is there a link between you want your people to learn to use modern technology and political legal systems and the alliance for the fight?Do you think that if they are educated in technology and political systems, they will be able to win the fight?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    A question for Hernan Bayaguaj: When you read at the university and you have experience in various fields, did you see that your society needs to learn to use technology and legal and political systems

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    Question to Hernan Bayagoague: What are the basics that made you conclude that in order for your people to live in a rapidly changing landscape they have to use technology and legal and political systems?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    A question for Hernán Bayagog: I was a founding member of the Cebu Alliance. My question is whether this institution was a reason to ally with the indigenous people and what are the basics that you decided to open this organization to and what are the things that You achieved it after that, and what are the negatives that they do not find because of this organization?!

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    A question for Hernan Bayagog: You said that the indigenous peoples allied themselves in order to fight and defend your culture and lands.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    A question for Hernan Bayagoague, you said that the alliance is to fight through their culture, land and life, my question? Who is it that you allied to fight against?

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    My question isDhruti Chakravarthi, does not hearing some people's views affect climate change and also should they hear our voices on the problem of climate change?

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    05 Oct 2021

    I would like to ask Dhruti Chakravarthi what ways you are doing to amplify the voices of people who are not being heard on the problem of climate change.

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Oct 2021

    My question, Hernán Payaguaje, Does preserving our cultural identity, our lands and our lives help solve the climate change crisis.

  • British Council.jpg loyal_fox | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    09 Oct 2021

    I don't have a question for hernan.. But, I know some details of ceibo alliance. The Ceibo Alliance (Ceibo) is an indigenous-led Ecuadorian non-profit organization comprised of members of the Kofan, Siona, Secoya and Waorani peoples, who, in partnership with Amazon Frontlines, is creating a model of indigenous resistance and international solidarity rooted in the defense of indigenous territory. This is some information I've known about hernan!!

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      loyal_fox's comment 11 Oct 2021

      Check out Hernan's answers in the Editors' Picks!

  • British Council.jpg enlightened_goji | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Oct 2021

    My question is to Hernán Payaguaje. During calamities like the wildfire caused in amazon rainforest, how do you adapt to such situations? Due to climate change these type of disasters are increasing in number. Under this situation what steps do you think you can adopt to keep your people safe and your colorful culture ??

  • British Council.jpg openminded_peak | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    29 Oct 2021

    1/ Down to Earth: Nature's Role in American History by Ted Steinberg
    2/ “Back to Earth” tells about North American history from an environmental perspective, interesting and easy to read. A chapter explains how we knew where our food came from, but eventually pushed agriculture to the margins of our cities
    3/ The book is about climate because the food we eat causes many other problems. “Back to Earth” made me realize that this country was founded on harnessing resources and that everything we do has an impact.”

  • British Council.jpg careful_beetle | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    29 Oct 2021

    My question is
    why he like to live like this??

  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    07 Nov 2021

    My inquiry to Hernán Payaguaje

    Hello Hernán! I like your means you have taken to save minor ethnicities of your space. Do you think there is a connection of environmental change with social personality, present day advancements and lawful and political frameworks? Assuming this is the case, for what reason do you believe that?

  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Nov 2021

    Dear Hernán Payaguaje,

    Wouldn't you say offering your delightful social customs to us is a comparatively significant stage on strolling together and saving your practices from elimination?

    Assuming Yes, how do would you say you are anticipating spreading your practices among us?

  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Nov 2021

    My inquiry to Al Gore:

    We as a whole are the observers of a worldwide temperature alteration. We know how lethal it very well may be in the following not many years.

    Beginning from a scientist who peruses huge number of articles on this subject, an understudy who gets examples in her reading material identifying with an Earth-wide temperature boost, and a rancher who isn't profoundly instructed however can feel the change from past to introduce, we as a whole know the outcomes of this change.

    Be that as it may, the inquiry is "would we say we are truly mindful?"

    It isn't sufficient to orchestrate workshops and instruct everybody out there.

    Since I accept the majority of us know the result of an unnatural weather change yet we are not able to do what precisely we ought to do in our drives.

    When you said, "Utilize your voice, utilize your vote, utilize your decision". Be that as it may, a great many people are not picking a contamination free climate. What do you believe is the explanation for it? Furthermore, how can be dealt with propel these individuals to work for the climate by their own will?

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