Climate Justice Camp: Lebanon


450 young leaders from the world’s most climate-affected regions gathered in Lebanon at the second edition of the global Climate Justice Camp.

Participants from almost 100 countries across the Global South built community and connections, shared knowledge and stories, and co-created strategies and demands with the aim of building climate networks across the Global South that can work together to push for long-term political change.

An intersectional agenda of more than 100 workshops led by local leaders, organizers, and young changemakers was rolled out across the week, covering topics including finance, loss and damage, climate adaptation, and fossil fuel phase out. More than 40 local and international partners worked together on the camp's design, development, and implementation.