With COP27 kicking off in Egypt, Our Burning Planet reports on the annual meeting’s goals, policies, controversies and results – but if you’re strapped for time or energy try these engaging portals and platforms instead and get quickly clued up on the climate crisis and collective action.
Zandisile Howe explores the significant climate threats facing young people and the collective role they can play in addressing the unfolding climate emergency.
An interview with Lindokuhle & Bongekile who represented Hlumisa Eswatini at the Climate Justice School at the Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya – hosted by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance.
Young climate activists say they are tired of young people being used as tokens, only noticed one week of the year, having a perfunctory or symbolic role in discussions and then being discarded.
This May, Hlumisa (the Eswatini Youth Climate Forum) launched itself at The Green Round Table, a collaborative event coordinated together with the Bushfire School’s Festival and ECCo. The first edition of the Green Round Table happened at the House on Fire Amphitheater through funding by the European Union (EU)