Loss and Damage: A Global Campaign
Floods. Droughts. Stronger, more frequent natural disasters. Rising sea levels. Food shortages. Forced migration. Conflict over resources. Prevention and adaptation will not be enough to cope with climate change.
Climate impacts are increasing everywhere, but the most vulnerable who have done the least to create this crisis are getting hit first and worst around the world.
Join this Community Connector webinar to learn more about Loss and Damage and how we work together to take responsibility for the harm climate change has caused across the globe. International policy experts and MNIPL staff will share strategies on how we’re compelling the United States to take leadership at the UN Climate Talks (COP27) in Egypt in November.
Engage your community in taking action to bring the voices of faith and conscience to the table. You’ll leave this webinar with the information you need to invite your community into this critical conversation about global reparations.
- Analyah Schlaeger dos Santos, Youth ‘N Power Director, MNIPL
- Julia Nerbonne, Executive Director, MNIPL
- Susannah Tuttle, Director, NCIPL; active member of the US Climate Action Network (USCAN)
- Brandon Wu, Director of Policy and Campaigns, Action Aid
- Lidy Nacpil, Coordinator, Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development, Corporate Accountability (invited)
All are welcome to attend MNIPL’s monthly Community Connector webinars! On the 1st Tuesday of each month, we deepen into a different topic related to climate justice. Through shared learning and conversation, we hope you can feel more confident and empowered to help grow the climate movement. Whether it’s with a community of faith or spiritual practice, neighborhood group, circle of friends, etc., we are all community connectors!
Note: This October webinar has been moved to the 2nd Tuesday in respect of Yom Kippur.
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