Climate justice and climate-induced migration -
Climate change has many faces
Workshop as part of
Münchner Klimaherbst 2023
16 October 2023 at 19:00
Climate change has many faces - almost eight billion, in fact. Humans are both the cause of climate change and the victims of its far-reaching consequences. There are already many experiences and stories to tell about climate change.
The World Bank estimates that up to 143 million people could become climate refugees by 2050. The reason: the impact of environmental and climate change on their habitat and livelihoods is so dramatic that they see no other way out. Who are the people behind the stories of extreme weather we regularly read in the media? What is their vision of a just world? And how will we deal with climate-induced migration in the future?
We invite you to explore with us the issues of climate justice and climate-induced migration, to discuss the causes of migration and to hear stories from countries undergoing climate change, told by people who had their home there...
Dr. Annika Mannah
Head of Projects & Cooperations, Deutsche KlimaStiftung (introduction)
Climate ambassador from Iraq
Stanley Pierre Pizzar
Climate ambassador from Haiti
Venue: Munich School of Philosophy, Kaulbachstraße 31, 80539 München
Event date: 16 October 2023, start: 19:00
You can register for the workshop here
The Münchner Klimaherbst series of events will take place from 6 to 31 October 2023. This year's theme is "Fair enough?" and focuses on climate and justice. Numerous lectures, films, excursions, discussions and much more will take place throughout the city.
Klimaherbst.YOUTH is an additional programme from 6 October to 5 November 2023, aimed at children, young people aged 14 to 30 and teachers.
All events can be found online at www.klimaherbst.de/kalender, in the Klimaherbst.MAGAZINE and in the Klimaherbst.YOUTH folder, which is available in the city or can be ordered.