The 2022 United Nations Climate Conference (COP27), held this year in Egypt, ended on 18 November and once again, Pacific Islander nations worked day and night, punching above their weight to achieve climate justice.
On Thursday 24 November, 6pm AEDT, come and join our webinar to hear direct from a number of Pacific Islander COP27 delegates who have returned from Egypt.
What are the key outcomes from COP27? What was Australia' role during COP27? What are the implications of COP27 for Australia and the Pacific? And where to from here in terms of climate advocacy and climate justice?
Speakers will include:
Associate Professor Mahendra Kumar, Adjunct Professor, ANU Institute for Climate, Energy & Disaster Solution and Secretariat Pacific Elders Voice
Ms Maria Tiimon Chi-Fang, Pacific Outreach Officer, Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Community Education (Pacific Calling Partnership)
Mr Maina Talia, Secretary Tuvalu Climate Action Network
Ms Teruabine Anna Nuariki, climate activist, Kiribati
Dr Damian Spruce, Advocacy Associate Director, Caritas Australia
The event is free, but registration is essential - please click below on RSVP.
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