Season 2, Episode 15: Connecting Climate Change and Human Rights Activism For a United Goal – Jorge “Daniel” Taillant – Center for Human Rights and Environment

Jorge “Daniel” Taillant’s admiration and determination to protect glaciers is really only the tip of the iceberg in his battle for climate change. Daniel is a Climate Justice Policy Advisor at the Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development, a group dedicated to promote positive influences in societies to protect the environment and create accountable systems of governance. At IGSD, Daniel helps advise the state of California, state agencies, local government and civil society organizations on climate action. He is a co-founder for the Center for Human Rights and Environment where in 2014, he took a leadership role at the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CACC) and is helping the UN coalition to promote the phaseout of climate pollutants such as methane and black carbon. Additionally, he acted as the Chief Strategic Advisor to the Secretary of Environment of Argentina from 2006 to 2008.

Join us in the following episode as we learn our role and discuss topics such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, how Jorge “Daniel” Taillant and his wife assisted in connecting the environment and human rights activism towards a united goal, the undiscussed, but extremely important topic of glacier protections, and more.


Meltdown: The Earth Without Glaciers:

Glaciers – The Politics of Ice:

Center for Human Rights and Environment:

Climate & Clean Air Coalition:

Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development:

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change:

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