Activists from Amnesty international, Emergency and Oxfam stage a flash mob demonstration to denounce global vaccine inequalities, on October 29 in Rome, on the eve of the G20 World Leaders Summit. Photo: AFP
Activists from Amnesty international, Emergency and Oxfam stage a flash mob demonstration to denounce global vaccine inequalities, on October 29 in Rome, on the eve of the G20 World Leaders Summit. Photo: AFP
Andrew Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Andrew Sheng

The world needs a summit to tackle climate and wealth inequalities

  • The latest World Inequality Report highlights the historical and political roots of income and wealth inequalities and their correlation with climate change
  • The least we can do is have a dialogue on how those who can afford to and who emit more carbon should pay higher taxes to foster a more inclusive world

Activists from Amnesty international, Emergency and Oxfam stage a flash mob demonstration to denounce global vaccine inequalities, on October 29 in Rome, on the eve of the G20 World Leaders Summit. Photo: AFP
Activists from Amnesty international, Emergency and Oxfam stage a flash mob demonstration to denounce global vaccine inequalities, on October 29 in Rome, on the eve of the G20 World Leaders Summit. Photo: AFP
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