Panel Discussion

Climate Change Justice: urgent action alert

Climate emergency is one of the most cross-cutting matters on the global agenda. It owes its urgency to the escalation of the problem, which is already directly affecting thousands of people worldwide, while also epitomizing every single dimension of global justice – from economic inequality to technological developments. Closely related subjects further concern the debate on natural resources distribution, including the establishment of clearing house mechanisms, and intergenerational responsibility. Who should be responsible for slowing down global warming and what action should we undertake right now?

Minister of the Sea of Portugal (Portugal)

Cascais City Councillor for Climate Change (Portugal)

Professional Surfer & Environmental Activist (United States)

Information Vice-Director at SIC (Portugal)


Associate Professor of Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics (Portugal)