Guest Info

The Unofficial Cop26 includes some high-profile guests named HE President Donald Ramotar(Guyana), HE Prime Minister Sir James Mitchell(St Vincent and the Grenadines), HE Senator Rochas Ochorocha(Nigeria), Dr Vijay Patel OBE, Chairman and CEO of Waymade PLC(UK) and Vimal Shah, Chairman of Bidco Africa(Kenya).

Since recording- We are saddened to announce the passing of Sir James Mitchell, the former Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He departed on November 23rd, 2021; this podcast is his last recorded interview. Sir James Mitchell was a staunch supporter of the Global Indian Series Platform and a dedicated social activist who strongly advocated for a united West Indies. His contributions to the community will be deeply missed and remembered with gratitude. May his legacy continue to inspire and impact the lives of many

About the Show

Welcome to an insightful podcast hosted by the Global Indian Series, where we challenge the norms and take a fresh approach to address one of the most critical issues of our time: climate change. In this special episode, titled “Official Unofficial COP26,” we gather great minds to tackle tough questions and explore the fate of our civilization in the face of environmental challenges.

Nature is the foundation of our existence, yet we take it for granted, leading to severe pollution and environmental degradation. As the podcast unfolds, our esteemed guests delve into the purpose of this gathering and shed light on the pressing issues of resource exploitation and mining, which are causing significant harm to the planet.

The conversation delves into the role of the private sector in contributing to environmental challenges, challenging common misconceptions and examining the responsibility shared by various stakeholders. We explore how climate predictions have changed, the impact of oil companies on the climate over the last four decades, and how nature’s miseries are affecting us all.

Senator Rochas offers insights into the biggest misconception about Nigeria. At the same time, our guests collectively reflect on ways to rectify the damage done to our badly affected nature and the steps needed for a sustainable future.

Join us for a captivating discussion on climate change, the private sector’s role, and the urgent need to safeguard nature. Please tune in and listen as renowned personalities share their views and solutions to address this global challenge. Together, let’s make a difference and secure a better future for generations to come.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.
Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

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