Climate Justice Series

 

 

Countries and peoples that are least responsible for causing climate change are the ones suffering most from its effects. Join students, staff, and community leaders for “Just Is”≠ Justice – an exploration of what climate justice means and why it is so critical to climate solutions.

 

Friday, March 5

11am-12:30pm

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Learn about climate justice in Africa, climate justice as a threat to Indigenous sovereignty, exporting BC’s oil tanker and pipeline projects and climate justice, and the global policy framework for acting on climate.

 

Featuring UBC scholars Temitope Onifade (PH.D. student, Allard School of Law) and Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson (Masters student, Allard School of Law, Counsel to the Haida Nation), UBC Political Science Professor Kathryn Harrison, and UBC alumni and Staff Lawyer at West Coast Environmental Law Eugene Kung.

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Part of the Climate Justice Series. Presented in partnership with the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.

 

Natalie Hawryshkewich
Communication and Engagement Specialist
UBC Sustainability Initiative
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
2260 West Mall | Vancouver BC | V6T 1Z4 Canada
natalie.haw@ubc.ca
http://www.sustain.ubc.ca

 

 

 

 

Friday, March 5, 2021