Over a two-day festival in November 2019 we invited friends and colleagues to come together to listen, learn, vision and action in “Climate Just” Futures. We centred the solutions and strategies of black, brown, lived-experience leaders, thinkers, innovators, activists, and artists working on Climate Justice from a systemic and frontline positioning. The festival, through a decolonial climate framing, explored the interconnecting issues including the Hostile Environment, Youth Violence, Energy Democracy, Housing, Artwashing and Land Reparations.
Below you will find the programme of speakers with a link to the relevant video
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