The Climate Justice conversation, held in the lead-up to COP 27 in Egypt in November 2022, will take place over three events bringing together voices from international leaders, climate scientists, artists, academics, political economists, and those who understand the nature and the art of balancing life when the odds are mounting.

These events examine the complexities inherent in the current narratives on climate action and aim to expand on the nascent momentum for change across the world. Climate justice asserts the need to support, financially and technically, countries which are most vulnerable to climate changes. Creating low-carbon pathways while recognizing the historic burdens of responsibility to decarbonise lie with those who have most benefited from fossil fuel.

The following events will all be held in October:

  • The Future of Climate Justice - Reparation and Equality, 10 October.
  • The Future of Climate Justice - AMUK: A performance by Khairani Barokka, 14 October.
  • The Future of Climate Justice - Actions that change systems discussion, 19 October.

The events are delivered by the Edinburgh Futures Institute and are free and open to all. They can be attended online.

Read more and register for the different events here.