To beat climate change, we need to tell a better story about it
Kamyar Razavi / @krazavi1
PhD candidate, Simon Fraser University, and television news producer
Kamyar Razavi is a PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University. His work examines the role of journalism in communicating climate change. Kamyar is also a television news producer, with over 15 years’ experience in the TV news industry. He is currently on leave. Kamyar has a Master’s degree from Tsinghua University in Beijing, where he researched land rights in China. He speaks five languages fluently.
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