Developing countries call for climate reparations; India's farmers face uncertainty : Here & Now Anytime Today's episode is focused on COP27. First, we explore the challenges and opportunities that come with climate reparations with Saleemul Huq, director of the Bangladesh-based International Centre for Climate Change and Development. Then, we convene a roundtable of climate reporters from Brazil, Nigeria and Pakistan to hear about the key issues affecting their local communities — from deforestation to flooding. And, YR Media's Mukta Dharmapurikar visited her family's farm in India this summer and found the lack of rain and the changing monsoon season are causing fear and uncertainty about the community's future.

Developing countries call for climate reparations; India's farmers face uncertainty

Developing countries call for climate reparations; India's farmers face uncertainty

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Today's episode is focused on COP27. First, we explore the challenges and opportunities that come with climate reparations with Saleemul Huq, director of the Bangladesh-based International Centre for Climate Change and Development.

Then, we convene a roundtable of climate reporters from Brazil, Nigeria and Pakistan to hear about the key issues affecting their local communities — from deforestation to flooding.

And, YR Media's Mukta Dharmapurikar visited her family's farm in India this summer and found the lack of rain and the changing monsoon season are causing fear and uncertainty about the community's future.

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