WIM THIERY, STEPHEN MUTISO AND EVA PEACE MUKAYIRANGA WITH ASHISH GHADIALI

DATE:
May 20, 2022
LOCATION:
Online
RESEARCH STRANDS:
Climate Justice / Climate Finance / Apartheid / Race / Ecology / Vulnerability / Equilibrium / Risk
FORMATS:
Webinar
NETWORKS:
Addressing the New Denialism
PARTNERS:
GSI Exeter / Serpentine

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On Intergenerational Inequities

Access the recorded webinar here.

Participants include Professor Wim Thiery, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Stephen Mutiso, Regional Food Security and Livelihoods Adviser, East and Southern Africa for Save the Children UK and Eva Peace Mukiyaranga, an environmentalist, climate finance negotiator [for Rwanda] in the UNFCCC, and member of the Loss and Damage Youth Coalition (LDYC).

Addressing the New Denialism is a research and public engagement project backed by the Open Society Foundations that aims to expose the gap between current investment in climate finance and the projected costs of climate change (and importantly, where and on whom those costs fall).

From the climate investment trap to the trouble with Net Zero, insights from thinkers and policy-makers will shed light on leading efforts to work towards just and balanced futures in the face of ecological breakdown. The series is part of an ongoing GSI programme, to address flaws in the dominant paradigm for climate action and establish new ones built on principles of racial equity and sustainability.