Port of Spain, April 4, 2022 – The Caribbean Climate Justice Alliance was launched to amplify the voices of the vulnerable and support a unified and coherent approach by civil society and non-state actors to enhance the effectiveness and impact of calls for climate justice at a virtual regional workshop convened by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) and Panos Caribbean on March 17-18, 2022.

The launch brought together activists, champions and thought leaders working on various aspects of climate justice – economic, environmental, gender and social justice – from civil society organisations (CSOs), academia, think tanks, creatives and other grassroots networks to create a regional alliance to catalyse action, learning and influence policy and practice. An array of key government, funding and technical agencies also participated in the launch for the alliance to share their insights and perspectives on priorities and foster strategic partnerships moving forward.

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Photo: Participants at the virtual launch of the Caribbean Climate Justice Alliance on March 17, 2022. Credit: CANARI