Climate activists: how are you protesting during Cop27?

Human rights groups and activists have criticised the Egyptian government for restricting climate protests at Cop27 to a single, designated area.

Egypt researcher at Amnesty International Hussein Baoumi described the creation of a protest zone as “theatrics” by a state with a longstanding ban on public protests.

We’d like to speak with climate activists around the world about how they will be demonstrating over the next few weeks. Are you going to Cop27? If not, what actions are you taking locally? What issues are you demanding change on?

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