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What is
Loss and Damage?
This Is What We Do
Publications
The Loss and Damage Collaboration (L&DC) releases a diverse range of publications authored independently and in collaboration by practitioners, researchers, activists and decision makers from both the global North and South on a range of topics relating to the need to address climate change related loss and damage.
Art and Culture
The Loss and Damage Collaboration's Art and Culture Program brings together cultural and creative practitioners and Loss and Damage actors to explore the role that the former can play in addressing Loss and Damage from climate change.

Events
The Loss and Damage Collaboration (L&DC) host and facilitate a diverse range of public and closed events in collaboration with practitioners, researchers, activists and decision makers from both the global North and South on a range of topics relating to the need to address climate change related loss and damage.

LDYC
The Loss and Damage Youth Coalition (LDYC) are an alliance of youth from the global North and South who have come together to demand action on addressing Loss and Damage caused by climate change. With more than 150 members from 40+ countries the LDYC is working to build a borderless global partnership between youth to take action on addressing loss and damage.
Stories
The Loss and Damage Collaboration (L&DC) gathers stories, blogs and opinion pieces from the researchers, policy makers, activists, artists and communities that are working on loss and damage. Ranging from lived experiences to trials and tribulations at the negotiating table, to visions for a climate just future, these works challenge the dominate narrative on the steps that are being taken to advert, minimise and address loss and damage.
Santiago Network
The Loss and Damage Collaboration's (L&DC) project for the Santiago Network works to advance the effective operationalisation of the Santiago Network under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Project work includes the sharing of technical expertise among networks and supported advocacy, both of which have effectively advanced negotiations between parties to the Convention.
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