UnaMay Gordon, Director of the Climate Change Division for the Government of Jamaica, tells us how you can't make policies without the involvement of the people that will be affected by them.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

 

Dizzanne Billy, a young climate activist with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN), tells us how women are strong and show resilience in the face of the difficult conditions imposed on them by climate change.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

 

Dizzanne Billy, a young climate activist with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN), tells us how anyone can apply their skills to do what they can to contribute to climate action.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

 

Dizzanne Billy, a young climate activist with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN), tells us how the youth will inherit the consequences of climate actions being taken right now.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

 

Gender & Development Practitioner Judith Wedderburn, tells us how gender roles in most societies are deeply ingrained, and that this does not change under the strains of extreme weather events.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

 

Gender & Development Practitioner Judith Wedderburn, tells us how women are expected to care for the family, and that under extreme weather events that burden becomes equally extreme on women.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

 

Ambassador Dessima M. Williams, Chair of AOSIS 2009-2011, tells us that what we need to overcome the climate crisis is less about financial or scientific capacities than about political will.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.

Ambassador Dessima M. Williams, Chair of AOSIS 2009-2011, tells us how climate change implies that people's human rights are denied.

This video is part of a series produced by Panos Caribbean and its 1.5 to Stay Alive initiative, in the context of COP24, 2 to 14 December 2018.