Poor people in developing countries are suffering first and worst from the consequences of climate change, yet they have done least to cause the problem.
This is an injustice.
World leaders must urgently deliver climate action that works for the world's poor. Take action and join the global movement to achieve climate justice.
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Rio+20, 16-22 June 2012
The Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development is a key opportunity to have our voices heard and demand climate justice. Visit the Time for Climate Justice exhibition and action hub at the People's Summit and share your Ideal World. Campaigner from the Global North and South will be working together to make sure that Climate Justice is high in the sustainable development agenda. Visit the Exhibition and leave your message!
Where: Religions for Rights Space, People's Summit.
We are a global movement that demands climate justice. The campaign is led by Aprodev, an association of 17 major development and humanitarian aid organisations in Europe which work closely with ACT Alliance, the World Council of Churches and its partners in the Global South.