While we all are rightly focusing on responding to the Corona crisis, we’d like to invite you the first session in a two part series to ensure the UK is stepping up to its responsibilities in the climate crisis. What is the UK’s fair share of climate action both at home and internationally? What does this mean for a fair, sustainable recovery from the corona pandemic?
16.00-17.30 BST 7th May
Hosted by Christian Aid, War on Want, Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Friends of the Earth Scotland, ActionAid, this first webinar will explore what the UK’s fair share of climate action is, and why a fair share is the cornerstone of global climate ambition. We’ll be building on new analysis that reveals the scale of emissions cuts the UK needs to deliver internationally and why zero emissions at home is only half the story.
- Dr Sivan Kartha, Stockholm Environment Institute
- Nathan Thanki, Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice
- Rachel Kennerley, Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland
There will be opportunities in the session to ask questions and discuss the topic, but if you have questions about the session or research please contact Rachel Kennerley on [email protected]. Please also share this invitation with any colleagues or contacts that you feel might be interested.