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Upcoming Live Event on the Climate Debt Crisis

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Join us on October 4th for a live event on the climate debt crisis.

Living on Earth and ProPublica welcome you to join us online on October 4, 2022 at 3 p.m. Eastern for a free event, "The Climate Debt Crisis: How punishing debt stands in the way of small islands protecting themselves from climate change." Host Steve Curwood will moderate an in-depth discussion with ProPublica reporter Abrahm Lustgarten; Avinash Persaud, advisor to Barbados' Prime Minister Mia Mottley and leading thinker on development finance; and Colin Young, executive director of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Center.

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CURWOOD: The Caribbean is especially vulnerable to costly climate impacts. But its islands also face punishing debt that makes it hard to adapt. Join us online on October 4th for a discussion about the climate debt crisis. Register for this free event at loe.org/events.

 

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