Join us in exploring the intersection between social justice and climate change.
The effects of climate change disproportionately impact the most vulnerable communities, deepening existing social inequalities and injustices. For a successful transition to a zero-carbon economy, the intersections between human rights and environmental degradation must be addressed in tandem. Join us in exploring perspectives that take a critical look at how aspects of identity create complex systems of discrimination and privilege, how these systems interact with climate change, and what we can do about it.
Sonya Peres, Climate Commission Officer for the Climate Commission for UK Higher and Further Education Students and Leaders with EAUC
Aisha Janki Akinola, Co-Director at BlackED Movement and Sustainable Architecture Enthusiast
Emma Schoenmakers, Vice President of the Sustainable Development Association
Nina Pušić, LLM in Environment & Climate Change Law & United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change