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In places like East Africa, the climate crisis is causing sweeping floods that are destroying homes, habitats, and the rights of people to lead their own lives. While wealthy countries have historically done most to cause the crisis, it is poor countries that are facing the gravest consequences.

Convened by the UN, COP27 will see world leaders meeting in November for two weeks of climate negotiations. Countries like the UK have a moral obligation to act. World leaders must use this opportunity to do more to tackle the climate crisis.  

Christian Aid is calling for the creation of an international climate fund, paid for by polluters and governments. By creating this fund, we can pay for the damage caused by the climate crisis, tackle inequality, and help people build a life free from poverty and injustice.  

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What happened at COP27?

Here's our roundup of what happened at this year's COP climate conference.

The cost to Africa

Our study highlights the devastating economic impact climate change will inflict on the African continent.

COP27 must deliver

Leaders meeting in Sharm El-Sheikh must deliver additional finance for loss and damage.

Church Activity Pack

This pack will help your church reflect and act on loss and damage.

Loss and Damage Testimonials

Hear stories about how loss and damage is impacting people's lives already and join our call for action.
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