Inequality and Climate Change webinar

Everyday it becomes increasingly clear that climate change is a huge factor in the persistent inequality facing the world. It is also evident that climate change affects the poor and marginalized of the world disproportionately. 

On Earth Day 2015, Wed. April 22 at 7pm ET, the Nathan Cummings Foundation will co-host a live discussion between Joseph Stiglitz and Nicholas Stern, two of the world’s leading experts on economics and the environment.

Join us for the livestream of this illuminating conversation exploring the intersection of inequality and climate change at

To share your questions and thoughts with us in advance, email or tweet using #CCINQ

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