COP 26
CLIMATE JUSTICE SUMMIT

WHEN:
2021.11.03-05

WHO:

 

Business Fights Poverty

WHERE:

Remote

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In November, the UK hosted an event that many believe to be the world’s last chance to get climate change under control.

Every year for the past 3 decades, the UN has been bringing together almost every country on earth for global climate discussions. In that time climate change has gone from being a fringe issue to a global priority.

I teamed up with Business Fights Poverty for 3 days of inspiring and engaging content, live events, and peer networking to explore the social and equity dimensions of climate change.

Climate change is affecting us all, but the most severe impacts are being felt by the most vulnerable people, who contribute least to the causes of the problem. Join the conversation on how business can ensure people are at the centre of climate action.

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Existing inequities - due to factors such as gender, race and income - exacerbate the risks to people’s lives and livelihoods. Inequity also affects people’s capacity and opportunity to participate in the transition to a green economy. Climate change is the defining issue of our time. How we respond can protect or undermine the human rights of people around the world.

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Live Digital Illustration by zovi

Event Hosted by Business Fights Poverty