The climate crisis has been caused by rich industrialised countries, but
it is the world's poorer majority who are paying the highest price, as
extreme weather events become more common, freshwater glaciers melt, and
droughts increase. We believe that this means rich countries owe a climate
debt to the global south.

Speakers include:
* Md Shamsuddoha (Equity Bangladesh)
* Eriel Deranger (Indigenous Environmental Network) on tar sands
* Beatriz Souviron (Bolivian Ambassador to the UK)

Monday 16 November, NEWCASTLE, Curtis Auditorium, Herschel Building,
University of Newcastle, 6pm

Tue 17 November, GLASGOW, 280 Bath Street, Renfield Centre, Bath Street, 7pm

Wed 18 November, LONDON, Khalili Theatre, SOAS, Russell Sq, London, 7pm

Thu 19 November, BIRMINGHAM, The Avon Room, University Centre, University
of Birmingham, 7pm

Fri 20 November, BRIGHTON, Community Base, Queens Road, Brighton, 6.30pm

Sun 22 November, MANCHESTER, The Scan, University Place, Manchester

University, Oxford Road, Manchester, 11am


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