講者Speaker：Lillygol Sedaghat (賽莉莉)
時間Time：11/21 (一) 10:30-12:00
“Critical reading is tied to the process of writing, researching, and building relationships with people. National Geographic Explorer and Multimedia Storyteller Lilly Sedaghat takes students on a journey through Taiwan’s waste management system, the environmental challenges of recycling plastics as a business, and the potential of people to make a difference and contribute to the SDGs.”
Lillygol Sedaghat is a National Geographic Explorer and Multimedia Storyteller at the intersection of science, systems, and people. With a B.A. in Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley and an MSc in Nature, Society, and Environmental Governance from the University of Oxford, Lillygol is a Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow who believes in the power of stories to change the world.
Her work includes documenting National Geographic’s first women-led Sea to Source Ganges River Plastics Expedition, the effects of climate change and the coronavirus on Pacific coastal communities on an 800-mile bike trip, and Taiwan’s waste management system and plastics recycling as a Fulbright – National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow.
Lillygol is also a spokesperson for National Geographic’s Planet or Plastic? campaign, having presented at UN World Environment Day India, UNEP Sea of Solutions Conference in Bangkok, National Geographic Live series, and TEDx. Lillygol worked with UNEP and UN Women to facilitate a storytelling bootcamp in the Asia-Pacific region on women and climate resilience.
In 2020, she co-founded Suan Tian Stories, a multimedia storytelling team exploring ideas about people, place, and change. And in late 2022, she will build one of the first visual databases of circular economy initiatives in Taiwan on a National Geographic St