Climate change affects all of us, but not evenly and it is those who contribute the least to the climate crisis that suffer the
Climate change affects all of us, but not evenly and it is those who contribute the least to the climate crisis that suffer the brunt of it.
Come along to hear from expert speakers and be introduced to the concept of ‘climate justice’. Reflect on inequalities and human rights in relation to the climate emergency and explore how you can support young people you work with to understand and engage with this topic.
• 15:00 Introduction to Climate Justice
• 15:10 First expert speaker contribution
• 15:20 Second expert speaker contribution
• 15:30 Q&A
• 15:35 Breakout room discussions
• 15:50 Feedback from discussions
• 16:00 Close
This training event is being delivered as part of Scotland’s Young People’s Forest, in partnership with Young Scot. The mission of the panel is to create and regenerate native Scottish forests, which are accessible to all, to help combat the current climate emergency, promoting and connecting education, wildlife, and well-being.