ADE Green - Chiara Badiali, Norhan Bayomi, Jed Dowling, Chihiro Geuzebroek and Simón Mejía
The climate crisis is rooted in systems of global injustice and extraction. People who have contributed the least to greenhouse gas emissions are on the frontlines of climate change impacts, and those who are already marginalized in our communities face multiplying inequalities. The most affected don’t have an equal seat at the table in deciding who gets to pollute, how much, who benefits – and who pays.
How do we center justice, regeneration, and reparation in climate action? What does it mean to connect our work to tackle social, economic, and environmental injustices? What can the creative community do to tell braver stories, challenge the systems we live in, and create openings for a better world?
Our panelists share different perspectives of how they are working to make sense of some of these big questions. Explore the themes of this panel in more depth in Julie's Bicycle Creative Climate Justice Hub, a dynamic library of climate justice resources curated for the arts and culture community, published earlier in 2022.
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