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Is the COP complicit in the Climate Crises? A Conversation on Alternatives by the Frontline

Sep 21, 2023| 6 - 8pm EST

UPROSE Climate Justice Center (map)


This November, world leaders, and civil society members will meet in Dubai as part of COP 28 to negotiate international commitments to protecting our communities from climate change.

The Conference of Parties (COP) was created to be an international space that breaks the wall between leaders, activists, educators, and youth to talk about climate change (including its cultural dimensions) to hold nation-states accountable. Instead, it’s become a space for elite representatives and fossil fuel corporations — especially from the Global North — to drown out our voices, water down climate change agreements, and wash away our futures.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

RSVP for Thursday, September 21, 2023 — exactly 9 years since the 2014 People’s Climate March — for a forum at UPROSE to discuss what a People’s COP might look like in 2024.