UN agreements made in Copenhagen and Cancún lock in catastrophic climate change and condemn the world’s poorest to its worst impacts. With climate tipping points rapidly approaching, is a strong and just agreement possible in time? Must we compromise on global justice to avoid climate catastrophe?
Pablo Solon, Bolivian ambassador to the UN
Meena Raman, honorary secretary general, Friends of the Earth Malaysia
Mel Evans, climate and finance campaigner, Platform
Hugh Lanning, deputy general secretary, Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS)
Chaired by John Vidal, environment editor, The Guardian
Time and venue
12:30-14:00; St Hilda’s