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Solar panels in the middle of a desert

It’s Our Future’s youth delegation to COP28 got to visit Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the world’s largest single site solar farm in Saih Al-Dahal, Dubai.

Solar panels in the middle of a desert

It’s Our Future’s youth delegation to COP28 got to visit Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the world’s largest single site solar farm in Saih Al-Dahal, Dubai.

Chicago-area teens attend COP28, return with ideas for local climate change fight

Heads of state weren’t the only leaders at COP28. One Chicagoland teen visited the world’s largest single-site solar farm in Dubai.

It’s Our Future’s youth delegation to COP28 got to visit Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the world’s largest single site solar farm in Saih Al-Dahal, Dubai.

   

River Forest’s Village President went to COP28. So did a River Forest high schooler. We hear what they learned, and give the high school senior a chance to ask her representative questions about the community’s transition away from fossil fuels. Plus, we hear about composting efforts from another member of Seven Generations Ahead’s youth delegation to Dubai.

Reset continues coverage of Chicagoland youth who traveled to COP28.

GUESTS: Cathy Adduci, River Forest Village President

Kate Wallace, senior, Oak Park and River Forest High School

Maiana Nelson, senior, Riverside Brookfield High School

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