Next week, join Global Justice Nottingham on zoom to discuss where we go next for climate and debt justice after COP27.
The COP27 climate talks, held in Egypt last November, saw a series of important announcements around climate compensation and finance.
But there was little progress on ending fossil fuel production, or on cancelling the colonial debts that prevent much of the global south from investing in climate action.
We will be joined by Daniel Willis from Global Justice Now and Tess Wolfenden from Debt Justice, to hear what the talks mean in the long term, and how we fight together for climate justice in 2023.
What next after COP27: loss and damage, debt and climate justice
- When: Wednesday 25 January, 5:15pm
- Where: contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the zoom link
Daniel was on the ground in Egypt to follow the talks in November and will feed back from COP27. He will also update us on what is happening with the loss and damage fund and the campaign to make polluters pay.
Tess will be discussing how debt featured on the agenda at COP27, and the links between debt justice, colonialism and climate justice.