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Climate Justice Paris Agreement

Ethnographic research. After this preparatory work, we will take our plans to COP 24 and develop them in a league with the main stakeholders convened at the conference. In January/February of the new year, we will spend two weeks in Antigua with Ruth Spencer and interview key participants, community members, government officials and advisors from the UNFCCC and gef SGP, and document the Freetown Reservoir Project and the history of the broader GEF sustainable development program from a video, as shown by the Freetown Reservoir Project. We will interview the participants at work, from government officials to the residents of the project, and make field notes on its implementation and its impact on the surrounding community. What has been the impact of this work on climate justice and human rights? How do we measure these results? What does the future mean for the GEF in Antigua, the Freetown Reserve Project, all its stakeholders, and the island, its peoples and species. Our work at this stage is permanent and exploratory, as we try to learn from participants on the ground what is at stake in this area under the Paris Agreement. He stressed the importance of reducing CO2 consumption and emissions in the fight against climate change and argued that people need to completely change their lifestyles. Those most affected by climate change are generally the least responsible and have the least adaptive capacity. The idea that vulnerable people, especially in developed countries, should be considered fairly was enshrined in the Paris Agreement to be signed this week in New York. With this work program, we will help build two large and important emerging sectors: the sociology of climate change and what we call environmental and climate justice studies (see our work on our newly created research hub, called UCSB`s orFalea Center for Global – International Studies).

“The United States, like other countries, should have done the work needed under the Paris agreement. In addition, U.S. development policy is one of the main causes of the climate change problems facing people,” he said, as it facilitates the increase in CO2 emissions in developing countries.

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