? December 10, 2023
⏰ 13:15 – 14:45
? Side Event Room 6 (Bldg. 85)

In 2013, Typhoon Haiyan hit countries in the Pacific, such as the Philippines. Said to be one of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded, it claimed more than 6,000 lives, left millions homeless, and cost an estimated USD 12.9 billion in damages.

Ten years after Haiyan, the impacts of climate change continue to accelerate and devastate more peoples in the global South.

As new battle lines at COP28 are drawn over questions on the LDF’s operationalization, how do we ensure that the LDF effectively responds to the needs of peoples on the frontlines, empowers them to build long-term resilience, and delivers justice? How do we take stock of the lessons from the struggles of communities in the frontlines of climate-induced loss and damage?

Join the conversation at COP28!

This side event is co-organized by Center for Economic and Social Rights, Centre for 21st Century Issues, Action Solidarité Tiers Monde – ASTM, and CECOEDECON.

#ClimateJustice #ClimateChange #FillTheFund #LossAndDamage #PollutersPay #COP28

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