Local Activism for Global Climate Justice
Congratulations to A4E students and Ellie Perkins for the publication of this inspiring book! This book is a great accomplishment and contribution from climate activists and engaged authors who explore the many ways in which people are proactively working to advance climate justice.
Here is one of the book reviews:
“This engaging collection provides compelling reasons for ‘starting close to home’ when responding to the challenges of climate change. A range of fascinating case studies shows that thinking locally is vital for understanding the complex flows of people, power and knowledge that shape environmental problems and solutions. A watershed can be both place and turning point; what a brilliant idea to showcase the diverse mobilisations of climate justice on the shores of the Great Lakes at this pivotal time for the planet.” Sherilyn MacGregor, Reader in Environmental Politics, The University of Manchester, UK
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“From the Anthropocene to Mutual Thriving: An Agenda for Higher Education in the Ecozoic,” in Sustainability 11 (12)
Please see Here L4E students, and faculty shared paper “From the Anthropocene to Mutual Thriving: An Agenda for Higher Education in the Ecozoic,” in Sustainability 11 (12). Congratulation for this great accomplishment!