The Ecovybz Podcast

I am on a mission to educate, inspire and mobilise upcoming activists by having interactive conversations on environmental topics with youth from across the world. Drawing from a global network of inspiring youth leaders, climate activist Khadija Stewart brings a Caribbean, positive, upbeat and informal perspective to the environmental podcast scene.

Coming June 11th is the Action for the Ocean Series Inspired by Pendulum and Peace Boat US. Young Climate and Ocean activists from across the world had the opportunity to develop amazing campaigns all geared towards saving the oceans. For this first season you would hear from the organisers of the initiative as well as the youth who developed campaigns ranging from coral protection, to sustainable fashion, shark conservation and so much more. My goal is to spark inspiration and encourage each and everyone of you to learn how you can take action to protect our oceans.

Episode 26: Journey to a Global Plastics Treaty EcoVybz Podcast

Meet Saeed Hamid a Guyanese attorney-at-law with a keen interest in maritime law, environmental law, and human rights law. Driven by his experiences in the Caribbean region, he is constantly pursuing opportunities to contribute to the development of policies and legislation which target social and environmental issues. Saeed holds a Master of Laws from the University of Aberdeen, where he completed courses on international law, politics, environmental regulation, and human rights. Following private practice, Hamid served at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Guyana for two years, during which he participated in several national and international conferences and policy dialogues on numerous environmental matters, including Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ). He is currently the international plastics fellow at New York University's Guarini Center and Plastics Advisor to the Chair of the Alliance of Small Island States. In this episode, we take a deep dive into the plastics pollution issues plaguing Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and discuss the upcoming sessions on the road to a global plastics treaty. For more on Saeed be sure to follow him on Instagram and check out the additional resources below. 1. Recording of SIDS Talk Plastics: Part 1: Remediation: Guarini Center's research on SIDS and Plastic pollution: 3. Paper on States Submissions ahead of INC-2: As always follow @ecovybz on all socials.
  1. Episode 26: Journey to a Global Plastics Treaty
  2. Episode 25: Protecting Coastal Ecosystems in Panama
  3. Episode 24: COP 27 Ocean and Climate Takeaways
  4. Episode 23: Sargassum Solutions with SOS Carbon
  5. Episode 22: Understanding Climate Negotiations

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