Join us for an Oxford-style debate, as we discuss the best strategies for achieving climate justice.
From droughts in Africa to flooding and cyclones in Bangladesh, many countries that have been marginalized and exploited for centuries are suffering from climate disasters that have been perpetuated by rich countries. Should they be compensated? Or, at this point in the climate emergency, is focusing on reparations rather than investment reallocation and redistribution of resources counterproductive? Could helping vulnerable countries transition to greener systems provide longer-term benefits than simply writing checks?
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