Climate Change is a Gender Issue
This video is part of a series of videos produced by Panos Caribbean, in the context of COP24, to highlight the human and social justice dimensions of climate change. It focuses on the relationship between gender and climate change, and looks in particular at the impacts of climate change on women and men, at the role of women in responding to these impacts, and at the contribution of women to the global fight for climate justice.
It features 4 Caribbean heroines in the global fight against climate change: Ambassador Dessima M. Williams, former Chair of AOSIS 2009-2011; UnaMay Gordon, Director of the Climate Change Division for the Government of Jamaica; Judith Wedderburn, Gender & Development Practitioner; and Dizzanne Billy, climate activist with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN).
“1 point 5 to stay alive”, the Caribbean speaks to the world at global Climate Change Conference
PRESS RELEASE. Bonn, Germany. 13 November 2017.
“1.5 is a matter of necessity,” said University of the West Indies’ Professor Michael Taylor, speaking at an event convened by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) as part of the Conference on Climate Change, COP23, taking place in Germany until the end of this week.
#1point5toStayAlive Video Explainer - Prof. Michael Taylor, UWI
1.5 to Stay Alive - The Caribbean All-Star Music Video
Loss & Damage, by Dawn Pierre-Nathoniel
Jimmy Fletcher Comments leading to COP 23
1.5 to Stay Alive (2015)
At the 2015 Climate Conference - COP21 - in Paris, the Caribbean released a theme song that calls on the world to recognise and respect the legitimate claims of small islands in the face of climate change.
With lyrics written by Kendel Hippolyte and music composed and produced by Ronald Boo Hinkson, this song stresses the need for greater climate justice and for a shared commitment to combat climate change.
This project has brought together several of the Caribbean's greatest and most conscious artists, as part of a regional campaign spearheaded by Panos Caribbean in collaboration with the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, the Caribbean Development Bank and other regional partners.
Artists performing on the song: Banky Banx, BelO, Kendel Hippolyte, E.sy Kennenga, Jessy Leonce, Ace Loctar, Shayne Ross, David Rudder, Aaron Silk, Taj Weekes, and Deridee Williams.
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Nou an danjé (2015)
A Changing World (2015)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
1.5 to Stay Alive (Mongsta - 2015)
This is Who We Are
Can't Do This Alone
1.5 TO STAY ALIVE (SPOKEN WORD)
SAINT LUCIA (STEPHEN A. DANTES - 2015)