Thank you for calling for climate justice

Thank you to the incredible 141,509 of you who signed Elizabeth Wathuti’s letter – demanding Climate Justice for those suffering the worst effects of the climate crisis but who have done the least to cause it. The action is now closed and was delivered to world leaders at COP27 in Egypt.

Together, we did something monumental - governments agreed to set up a loss and damage fund. It’s an incredible achievement for frontline communities who have been calling for loss and damage finance for 30 years.

We must keep up the pressure to make sure the biggest polluters pay for the climate devastation they are causing. Please keep raising awareness of who is most responsible for the climate crisis. Share this film:

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Elizabeth Wathuti

Elizabeth Wathuti

Elizabeth Wathuti is a Kenyan climate activist and the Founder of Green Generation Initiative. She addressed world leaders at the UN climate negotiations in November 2021, urging them to ‘open their hearts’ to the plight of communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis and act at a scale and speed needed to secure a liveable future. Elizabeth was featured on Time Magazine's 2022 Time100 NEXT list, which recognises 100 emerging leaders who are shaping the future.