Building a radical climate justice movement
Sep
22
5:30 pm17:30
TWT

Building a radical climate justice movement

The past twelve months has seen an explosion of radical climate organising in the UK. Labour for a Green New Deal will host this session, joined by Youth Strikes for Climate, to build a powerful grassroots movement demanding nothing short of economic transformation. This session is for anyone looking to link economic and climate justice campaigning and build connections between Labour and social movements.

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Greening the economy for a Global Green New Deal
Sep
23
11:00 am11:00
TWT

Greening the economy for a Global Green New Deal

From subsidies that support the fossil fuel and agri-business industries, to investor friendly trade treaties and carbon-intensive banking, our current economic system restricts movements toward climate justice. Explore the challenges of greening the economy and hear from US, Canadian, European and British activists trying to address these through their Green New Deals.

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Ways to Save the World: Fresh Solutions to Tackle Our Climate Crisis
Sep
23
7:00 pm19:00

Ways to Save the World: Fresh Solutions to Tackle Our Climate Crisis

Over the past six months, the Young Fabians Environment Network has been bringing together young voices from across the left to share their ideas to tackle the climate crisis. This panel will explore the findings of Ways to Save the World including ideas for political transformation, nature-based solutions, climate justice and a circular economy.

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A Green New Deal for the many - University of Warwick
Mar
6
5:00 pm17:00

A Green New Deal for the many - University of Warwick

With the campaign for a Green New Deal in the United States gaining mass support & political momentum, what are the prospects for such a campaign in the UK, in the Labour party & in winning a social majority? Is the framework of the Green New Deal adequate to address the deep ecological crises we face? How can it deliver social justice for working class & marginalised people both in Britain and in the Global South?

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