Climate Change – COP27 – what was achieved?

Resources from COP27 2022
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These are the resources from the session Climate Change – COP27 – what was achievd?  on Thursday 1st December 2022

The outcomes of COP27 – Molly Scott Cato (Professor of Green Economics at Roehampton University and former Green Party MEP) (20 minutes)
Q&A and Discussion (45 minutes)

‘We have the collective capacity to transform’ – Prime Minister of Barbados at COP27
 ‘Loss and damage’ addition to climate agenda – Prime Minister of Barbados at COP27

Useful links
From the Amazon to Australia, why is your money funding Earth’s destruction?

African Climate Risk Facility
The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility

Follow campaigning groups …
War on Want: Leaders of developed countries have stood at this very podium claiming they want to defend 1.5c, that they believe in the science, that people matter, that they care. Empty words. Hypocritical words.

Global Justice Now: People’s power wins at COP27 as loss and damage fund established but talks fail to deliver on other key demands.

Debt Justice: COP27 summit agree to a new fund to fight loss and damage.

Christian Aid: Saturday saw the conclusion of talks at COP27 – the annual, global climate change conference, held (this year) in Egypt. So, what happened and what’s next?