We've come together, as a coalition of charities and campaigners, to raise public awareness about the urgent need for loss and damage funding, paid for by the biggest polluters.
This will be the first ever Loss and Damage Awareness Day. We’re marking the day with a film and panel discussion, and we hope you’ll join us. There are also lots of other ways to get involved, either in person or online.
Climate breakdown is destroying homes, lands and livelihoods around the world - and governments can't agree on who should pay for this Loss and Damage. Join us for the premier of this powerful new film, narrated by well-known film actor Mark Strong - where a solution is proposed.
We're launching a powerful new film featuring climate activist Vanessa Nakate; loss and damage experts Professor Saleem Huq and Harjeet Singh, followed by a panel discussion which will also include Green Party MP Caroline Lucas.
Starts at 3:00PM BST
Raise your voice with us and urge Boris Johnson to support an International Loss and Damages fund to compensate for communities hit by climate disaster.
We're inviting people of all faiths and none across the country to call attention to loss and damage. Check out our quick guide on how to hold your own vigil - and don't forget to invite your MP!
Help flood peoples' screens with the words "Fund #LossAndDamage", and take a digital stand with LDYC. It will only take a few moments!
To tackle Loss & Damage, we need every part of society to work together, including organisations like yours who have a big part to play. Show that your organisation is ready to join the fight by signing our declaration today.
Head over to the Loss and Damage Collaboration Website for more information - it is an expansive and wide-ranging resource.
IIED are hosting an online event which brings together activists from the Solomon Islands, Rwanda and Sierra Leone to showcase a series of animations and provide space for a conversation about the loss and damage. Starts at 2:00pm BST
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