IEMA's Digital Journalist Tom Pashby recently attended the Bonn Climate Change Conference and conducted interviews with attendees about the work they are involved in and what they hope to see from the conference. Here, they speak with Natasha O’Sullivan from the Queen Mary University of London.

IEMA corporate partner Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) was represented at the Bonn climate conference by Natasha O’Sullivan who was there to raise the profile of sexual health and reproductive rights up the UNFCCC agenda.

There are a wide range of connections between climate breakdown and negative outcomes in reproductive health. For example, extreme heat can lead to lower birth weight in babies, miscarriages and stillbirths.

Watch the full interview below:


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