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Covid-19: a climate emergency turning point?

Tuesday 22 September 2020
5pm - 6pm

Brought to you by LSESU RAG


Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE is Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute & a UN Messenger of Peace.  JGI programmes include ongoing research at Gombe, Tanzania, sanctuaries for orphan chimpanzees and programmes to empower future generations to care for their environment and all its inhabitants. She joins a panel of experts: Sandrine Dixson-Declève, the Co-President of the Club of Rome, Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, the previous Vice-Chair of the IPCC, Runa Khan, the founder of Friendship NGO, Isabella O’Dowd, Senior Climate Change Specialist at WWF, working on net-zero and green-recovery, Abigail Gualinga, a youth leader of the indigenous Sarayaku community in Ecuador and Rob Callender, an activist with Greenpeace and a coordinator with Extinction Rebellion and a group called the Communities Truth Commission. The tragic times of COVID-19 has ignited a discussion about how to create a better world.

The panel will discuss whether this moment in time is a unique chance for hope and action on the climate emergency.

We’re expecting this to sell-out fast, so get your tickets to this digital event now!


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