Date: 4th - 5th October 2022

In the Pacific, communities are at the frontline, experiencing and battling the adverse impacts of the climate crisis and further at the peripheries are marginalized and/or vulnerable groups, such as the indigenous people, youth, people with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identities and expressions, and elderly people whose rights are undermined. Pacific peoples and communities have also demonstrated strength and resilience in the face of the climate crisis, weaving traditional knowledge and indigenous wisdom in their efforts to mitigate, adapt and build resilience.

The Pacific Climate Justice Summit is a hybrid event bringing together grassroots communities, national governments, civil society, faith-based communities, and development partners to elevate the voices and issues of frontline Pacific Island people and communities and solidify our regional policy positions ahead of COP27.