Dialogues to increase climate action - Session 1

At the lagoon of Alegría, Usulután, El Salvador, water levels have dropped dramatically in the drought that is affecting the region. Here, where the water has receded hundreds of meters, a man carries a “cantaro” of water across the dry lagoon bed. The effect of climate changes in the Central American region are already extreme. Photo: LWF/Sean Hawkey
At the lagoon of Alegría, Usulután, El Salvador, water levels have dropped dramatically in the drought that is affecting the region. Here, where the water has receded hundreds of meters, a man carries a “cantaro” of water across the dry lagoon bed. The effect of climate changes in the Central American region are already extreme. Photo: LWF/Sean Hawkey

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A four-part interactive series to raise climate ambition towards COP26

The Lutheran World Federation and ACT Alliance are jointly inviting climate advocates, specifically from the South and Central American regions, to this online series.

It focuses on the intersection between climate resilience, the implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC), and the COVID-19 pandemic on the climate agenda.

Representatives from the sciences, politics, and faith communities committed to climate action contribute to the dialogues.

Session 1 deals with the status of climate ambition towards COP26.

 

Zoom registration

Event languages: Spanish, with simultaneous translation into English and Portuguese

 

Open to All
Begins
6:00 PM GMT+02:00
25 May 2021
Ends
8:30 PM GMT+02:00
25 May 2021

Online

Themes

COP
COP26
Climate Justice
Climate Change
Paris Agreement

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