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Environment Migrations Consumption Docs for Climate
CINEMA VENDÔME24.03 / 18:00


What happens when your nation is swallowed by the sea? With the harsh realities of climate change looming, the low-lying Pacific nation Kiribati must find a new solution for the survival of its people. With sweeping cinematography, “Anote’s Ark” interweaves two poignant stories.

Discussion and Q&A

Moderator : Jérome Lagae, campaigb manager at CNCD-11.11.11

Speakers : Marie Courtois, lawyer specialized in climate justice; Christophe Schoune, Secretary General at Inter-Environnement Wallonie ; Rebecca Thissen, research fellow on climate justice at CNCD-11.11.11 

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