People on Twitter raise awareness about the climate crisis, organise for positive change in their communities, and connect with others passionate about protecting our planet.
This year, ahead of World Environment Day, Twitter is announcing its partnership with organisations committed to tackling climate change, looking for new solutions to undo the damage, and making it easier for people to find credible information on living an environmentally friendly life.
Twitter in partnership with Let Me Breathe India (@LetMeBreathe_In) and UNEP is bringing forward chefs and food startup owners as advocates for a more responsible and sustainable food future. Chefs will be putting environment talks on the menu to inspire others to make changes in their kitchen.
The discussion will be moderated by Tamseel Hussain, founder and CEO letmebreathe.in (@LetMeBreathe_In) and pluc.tv (@pluc_tv) and will see participation from chefs Anahita Dhondy (@anahita_dhondy), Radhika Khandelwal (@chefpandoodle), Tom Hunt (@cheftomhunt) and Peggy Chan. One can join the chat on Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) on June 5, 3:00 pm IST.
Poets too will reiterate the need for sustainable living in a Twitter Spaces organised by poets collective, Kavishala (@kavishala). The session will feature poets who will read their works in Hindi, Urdu and English, developed around this year’s theme: reimagine, recreate, and restore.
This year marks the beginning of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
People can tune in at 9pm IST through Twitter India (@TwitterIndia). Spaces lets people have live audio conversations on the service. It encourages and unlocks real, open conversations with the authenticity and nuance, depth and power that only the human voice can bring.