Young Climate Advocates In South Sudan

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A group of young reporters to document the situation of the climate crisis in their own region. This film is their warning to the world. Pledges at climate conferences are not enough. Resources and solutions must reach all affected communities.

JUBA NOVEMBER 9: UNICEF worked with a group of young reporters to document the situation of the climate crisis in their own region. These are the stories of the people they met in South Sudan, living on the front line of the crisis.

This film is their warning to the world. Pledges at climate conferences are not enough. Resources and solutions must reach all affected communities. They need more solutions for climate change mitigation, adaptation, and loss and damages. Young people need a seat at the table. Climate justice is the only way forward.

Climate justice is a concept that addresses the just division, fair sharing, and equitable distribution of the benefits and burdens of climate change and responsibilities to deal with climate change. “Justice”, “fairness”, and “equity” are not completely identical, but they are in the same family of related terms and are often used interchangeably in negotiations and politics.

Applied ethics, research and activism using these terms approach anthropogenic climate change as an ethical, legal and political issue, rather than one that is purely environmental or physical in nature.

Use and popularity of climate justice language has increased dramatically in recent years, yet climate justice is understood in many ways, and the different meanings are sometimes contested.

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