How our movements can achieve both global justice and ecological balance
By Orin Langelle and Anne Petermann
From the Resist newsletter: Climate Justice (May/June 2011)There is no better example of the interconnection of the root causes of social injustice, ecological destruction and economic domination than climate change. Climate change may well be humanity’s greatest challenge. It is a crisis that must be rapidly addressed if catastrophe is to be averted.
Already the impacts are being felt by millions in the world’s most vulnerable and marginalized communities. Climate change is at once a social and environmental justice issue, an ecological issue and an issue of economic and political domination. As such, it must be addressed through broad and visionary alliances.
To read the entire piece in Resist, go to: Climate Justice (May/June 2011)
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