The demands of the most impacted — particularly African, Indigenous, youth, and women voices — must be centered throughout these next two weeks at COP27 and beyond, writes Carissa Patrone Maikuri, Program Coordinator, Drawdown Lift, Project Drawdown
Invitation to host Climate Champions Campaign EventIn a time of unprecedented uncertainty, one thing is for sure: building a healthy, resilient, zero carbon world remains as urgent as ever.
The High-Level Climate Champions invite non-Party stakeholder partners to host ‘Climate Champions Campaign Events’ to drive a crescendo of climate action and outcomes towards COP26 in Glasgow this November.
Together, we can amplify action from all sectors and corners of the globe to accelerate the transition to a zero carbon economy.
Hosting a Campaign event offers the chance to focus on impact around the following campaigns:
Click here to view/download the official invitation to host a Climate Champions Campaign Event.
Aya Chebbi, Chair of Nala Feminist Collective, explains why effectively tackling the climate emergency demands greater representation, leadership and participation of women and young people in formal climate decision making processes.
Climate activist and researcher on eco-anxiety, Clover Hogan discusses why “techno-utopian and tokenistic solutions” are failing to address the root causes of the climate crisis.
A new intensive review has distilled from more than 400 scientific papers and reports a comprehensive, actionable set of technologies and practices that can mitigate climate change and contribute to alleviating extreme poverty at the same time.