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Loss and damage in climate negotiations: experiences from COP27

28 november 2022 18:00 till 19:00 | Seminarium
A family take shelter on the roof of their small house. Due to climate change, incessant rainfall has flooded nearby houses. Photo: Muhammad Amdad Hossain / Climate Visuals
A family take shelter on the roof of their small house in Bangladesh. Due to climate change, incessant rainfall has flooded nearby houses.

Climate change is already causing both slow- and rapid-onset effects such as extreme weather events and sea-level rise. These effects induce devastating loss and damage, in communities all around the world. The nations and communities that are the least responsible for greenhouse emissions tend to suffer the most from its effects, an injustice often sidelined in global political negotiations. As we head towards this year’s climate negotiations at COP27 in Egypt, various actors demand the inclusion of loss and damage in the agenda. To discuss this further, the Sustainability Forum invites you to a roundtable discussion on the role of loss and damage in climate negotiations.

Om evenemanget

Plats:

Nya Fest, AF-Borgen

Kontakt:

ronja [dot] karvinen [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se