Elizabeth Wathuti, Environmental Activist and Time Magazine's 2022 Next 100 leader
Stand With Environmental Activists For Climate Justice
The world has entered a new and dangerous era of climate change impacts, causing huge loss and damage and driving up inequality in the world's poorest countries. The hardest hit communities are those that have contributed the least to the climate crisis. This is a grave injustice.
It is critical that the upcoming COP27 climate change talks deliver a dedicated financing facility to help frontline communities deal with the loss and damage they are experiencing.
We need global solidarity to collectively solve the nature and climate crisis we are facing.
Call on global leaders to act now
Elizabeth Wathuti, and other climate activists from the Global South are calling on COP27 President, Min. Sameh Shoukry and COP26 President, Min. Alok Sharma, to act now - and get frontline communities the help they need by delivering loss and damage finance.
If you agree, add your voice to Elizabeth's letter below and demand climate justice!