Panel Discussion: Countries On The Frontline
The second edition of the Climate Crisis Film Festival will be taking place online from November 16th – 22nd, on-demand for the whole week. The festival dissects the climate crisis from
The second edition of the Climate Crisis Film Festival will be taking place online from November 16th – 22nd, on-demand for the whole week.
The festival dissects the climate crisis from a range of perspectives with 10 distinct themes. Witness films yet unreleased in the UK; such as the award-winning Anthropocene: The Human Epoch and the enlightening The Forum. Plus a range of amazing short films by emerging young filmmakers. Finally, 25 speakers, ranging from economists and architects to artists, activists and thought-leaders will use the films as a springboard to provide forward-looking visions of the future. Take part in the biggest climate event of the year, we hope to see you online!
The West is responsible for innumerable historical injustices against the Global South, now culminating in climate change taking its biggest toll on third-world communities that had no hand in creating the issue. Reckoning with these facts, what are the economic, legal and social tools we can leverage to correct a history of exploitation?
Featuring: Jojo Mehta (Stop Ecocide), Nabil Ahmed (INTERPRT), Gloria Bulus (Climate Reality Africa)
Tickets can be purchased HERE
16 (Monday) 12:00 pm - 30 (Monday) 12:00 pm