For two weeks in November 2022, world leaders held climate negotiations in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, at the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27).

Their conversations were informed by the historic Climate Justice Pavilion that brought forward the voices and perspectives of the most vulnerable communities.

For the first time in the global climate summit’s 27-year history, a presence focused on climate justice was held by representatives from the Global South, U.S. environmental justice movement, and Indigenous peoples within the conference’s official “Blue Zone,” where most diplomats and policymakers convene.

CCEHSA was invited to give a talk on the impacts of climate on children with the theme: protecting children from climate change.


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