Residents walk past toppled electrical posts from winds brought by Typhoon Goni in Malilipot in the central Philippines on November 3. Photo: AP Residents walk past toppled electrical posts from winds brought by Typhoon Goni in Malilipot in the central Philippines on November 3. Photo: AP
Residents walk past toppled electrical posts from winds brought by Typhoon Goni in Malilipot in the central Philippines on November 3. Photo: AP

Letters | Justice on climate change cannot wait for those fighting for their lives

  • It is time the global North unconditionally paid reparations to the global South, the people and areas most affected by centuries of historic injustices
  • Public financial institutions giving loans to fossil fuel industries are exacerbating climate chaos and allowing more illegitimate debt, which our generation will have to pay for with our lives

Topic |   Climate change
Residents walk past toppled electrical posts from winds brought by Typhoon Goni in Malilipot in the central Philippines on November 3. Photo: AP Residents walk past toppled electrical posts from winds brought by Typhoon Goni in Malilipot in the central Philippines on November 3. Photo: AP
Residents walk past toppled electrical posts from winds brought by Typhoon Goni in Malilipot in the central Philippines on November 3. Photo: AP
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