These are the resources from the session Climate Change – Looking forward to COP27 on Thursday 3rd November 2022
We Still Have a Chance’ 12 Climate Stories from the 12 Days of COP27 – Dr Eliana Maestri (Lecturer in Translation Studies, Exeter University)
A personal view of campaigning at Glasgow’s COP26 – Ellie Roesch (Exeter University student 2021/22)
Why (in their view) disasters are not (or never) ‘natural’ – John Cleverley (Shelterbox)
We Still Have a Chance https://greenfutures.exeter.ac.uk/we-still-have-a-chance/
□ Write to your MP to draw their attention to the critical issue of Loss and Damage and request that they do all that they can to ensure the negotiations at COP27 produce an international finance mechanism for Loss and Damage.
□ Follow and support the activities of young climate activists: Isabelle Axelsson (Sweden), Luisa-Marie Neubauer (Germany), Vanessa Natake (Uganda), Mitzi Jonelle Tan (Phillipines)
□ Look at the website of UK Youth Climate Coalition https://www.ukycc.com/
□ Support the Global Day of Action for COP27 on Saturday 12th November https://www.globaljustice.org.uk/event/cop27-climate-justice-mobilisations/
□ Choose Fairtrade-labelled products whenever you can – an easy, but revolutionary action to take!
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