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January 13th 2020 the Mandagstreff consisted of the very interesting panel debate: Klimakrise: Hvem blir hørt?(Climate crisis: Who is being heard?) A cooperative work between Klimafestivalen § 112 – Bergen, Papillon Bergen and Litteraturhuset i Bergen.

The discussions were moderated by Leila Rossow, the leader of Papillon. Among the topics covered were inclusion in the climate movement, social and environmental equity and justice, the importance of equal opportunities for everyone, social inequality and journalists’ part in climate awareness and the call for action.

The panel was composed of:
Siddharth Sareen, Postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Geography, Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation.
Camilla Ahamath, is part of The Standing Committee on Education and Sports and a member og the political party SV – Sosialistisk Venstreparti.
Zeregabr Bereketab, student in pedagogy, mentor in MiL, has an environmental work in childwelfare and works as an intermediary in Papillon Bergen.
Naomi Bazira, student in sociology, passionate about refugee and immigrant population topics.
Bent Skjærstad, who since 1995 has worked at TV 2, most parts as a journalist in the international division. He introduced his documentary film “Hva skjer med havet vårt?”

“We can not just wait peacefully for the climate crisis to become a climate war. We have to act.”

Foto: Ørjan Furnes

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