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Climate justice webinar: watch it back + some more opportunities for learning and action

Posted on October 30, 2020 by Deirdre Duff

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On Wednesday 28th October, we hosted a webinar to explore the concept of climate justice. Climate justice is a term that has been bandied around a lot lately - but we wanted to dig into what it really means. We’ve recorded the webinar so you can watch it back at your leisure. It’s just over an hour in length and comes highly recommended as we had some excellent speakers and panellists from the world of climate justice, who joined us to talk about their work and activism.

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Ready to Rise? Here are three opportunities for you to get involved and take action!

Posted on October 24, 2018 by Meaghan Carmody

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Sick of plastic? Worried about climate change? Eager to take action but unsure where to start?

Then this post is for you.

Here are three concrete ways you can get involved in taking action for a better, safer, more just world.

1. Apply to take part in 'Mobilize. Resist. Transform. 2018', a 6-session Intro to Environmental Issues

Mobilize. Resist. Transform. 2018Apply to take part by completing the form below:

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Register now for Mobilise.Resist.Transform. - A 6 week Introduction to Environmental Issues

Posted on October 11, 2017 by Meaghan Carmody

Mobilise.Resist.Transform. - A 6 week course - 6 week introductory course on environmental issues
6 week introductory course on environmental issues

**COURSE NOW FULL, PLEASE EMAIL TO BE PUT ON WAITING LIST AND FRIENDS OF THE EARTH VOLUNTEER LIST**

You know the environment is important, otherwise why would you be reading this? Perhaps you have an inkling that it's much more important than most people seem to think...but you don't really know how to articulate the issues. You know the general assumptions of society are at least partly to blame;

  • That the climate is changing and it's hurting those who are most vulnerable the most
  • That we're plundering the Earth's resources for economic gain
  • That we are becoming more and more detached from where our food comes from
  • That the amount of plastic we're creating is unsustainable
  • That endless economic growth on a finite planet is untenable
  • That there is an element of injustice inherent in all environmental and climate issues

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