Internationalism and Climate Justice – Webinar

We just crossed a critical climate threshold scientists have warned about for decades. In 2023, the world was more than 1.5°C warmer on average than it was prior to industrialization.1 That’s one of the key thresholds the Paris Agreement — the biggest international agreement on carbon emissions ever negotiated — was meant to avoid:

The U.S. is already seeing the effects of the climate crisis, from deadly wildfires and flooding to more frequent and more intense storms and droughts. And now that we’ve crossed this threshold, it’s only going to get worse, especially for countries in the global south.

For decades, rich countries like the U.S. have been profiting off the exploitation of the planet while countries in the global south suffer the most from the climate crisis.

That’s why we are putting together a webinar to talk about the relationship between the climate crisis and justice, along with why internationalism is key in finding a just climate solution.

Join the community for a webinar on why internationalism is the key to achieving climate justice next Tuesday, February 20th at 9am PT / 11am CT / 12pm ET.

RSVP for our upcoming webinar on international solutions to climate change »

This is a global problem that will require global solutions. It’s going to take all of us to uplift fair solutions to the climate crisis.

Together we’ll learn about the roots of as a global climate organization, hear about other internationalist campaigns, and even take collective action together on the call. We hope to see you there!

In solidarity,

Team 350

1 – CNN