Day with Derek Scholy

Derek Scally trägt Brille, steht am Fenster und schaut in die Kamera. (Deutschlandradio / Uta Oettel)

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Derek Scholey is the editor of the Irish Times in Berlin. (Deutschlandradio / Uta Oettel)

Ahead of the World Climate Conference in Glasgow, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called for greater support, especially in the global south, on climate change. However, the British ecological balance remains unanswered.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to London from the World Climate Conference in Glasgow, Scotland. To many critics, this does not really agree with his haunting words as the host of the climate conference. “It’s a minute before midnight, we have to work now,” the host said in his address. “If we fail, future generations will not forgive us.” We talk to the journalist about what the UK’s carbon footprint really looks like Derek Scholy From the Irish Times.

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Derek Scholey was born in 1977 and is the editor of the Irish Times in Berlin. He studied journalism at Dublin City University. His major subjects are German and European politics, economy and culture. In addition, he regularly speaks on radio and television in Ireland and Germany.

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