Tag: climate justice

Just Transition

Calling Up Justice uses the Just Transition framework in much of it’s work. We highly recommend these resources from Movement Generation. They offer this framework as a humble point of departure for folks interested in building collective vision and action towards Ecological Justice that does not separate humans from nature, or social equity from ecological integrity. For more on Just Transition framework and strategies from MG and others: Read MG’s Just Transition Zine; Visit Climate Justice Alliance’s webpage on Just Transition and
check out their Just Transition Framework Adaptations page that showcases powerful adaptations of Just Transition framework by different communities in various languages, creative formats, and sector-specific lenses.

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people solution lens to climate change. pdf of broshure

The People’s Solutions Lens for a Green New Deal

We are at a moment where the hope and promise of achieving a bold, transformative agenda to protect the climate seems possible. But while transition is inevitable, justice is not. Led by frontline communities and workers with lived experience of struggle against extractive, polluting industries, the environmental justice movement has been demanding protection of our health, our communities, and our environment for decades. Here are five straight-forward questions that can help you determine whether a Green New Deal is rooted in justice for workers, frontline communities, and the environment

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