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Episode 5: Part 1 – Climate Justice for Indigenous Communities in the Caribbean
Indigenous peoples are the world’s first eco-warriors, through their way of life, they are protectors and preservers of our natural environment. In the Caribbean, indigenous groups are fighting
Episode 4 – The Climate Fight for Human Rights
Malene Alleyene, Human Rights Lawyer and Founder of Freedom Imaginaries, enlightens us about human rights law as a tool for transformation. Through a social imaginary lens, she advocates
Episode 3 – Forging the Caribbean Climate Justice Alliance
Dr. Ainka Granderson from the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) introduces the Caribbean Climate Justice Alliance (CCJA) which aims to transform policy and practice for climate action. This
Episode 2 – Can the Caribbean Just Transition?
"We are all facing the same seas but we aren’t in the same boat”. Climate justice concerns face us all but look differently beyond the surface. In this
Episode 1 – Queery-ing Climate Justice
LGBTQ+ and climate change is no side panel conversation. If we are exploring historically marginalized groups, this community among others needs to be front and centre. Traditionally, Caribbean-based
Episode 9: Forecasting Disaster
As Tropical Storm Elsa rages across the Caribbean we revisit a conversation with climate change and disaster risk expert Kelli Armstrong. Start with the global pandemic, throw in
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