We marched with approximately 70,000 people calling for solidarity on gender justice. We believe that our work in climate justice will not be fulfilled without achieving a just, inclusive, and equitable world.
The Sundarbans has seen some of the world’s most violent hurricanes, thousands of years of changing riverbeds, rise and fall of civilizations. Lamu have survived centuries of people’s movements, political rivalries, sometimes even wars. Throughout that time our people built patient and respectful relationships with these delicate sites.
From breaking news that a UNESCO site in Kenya is safe from a destructive new coal project, to mega-mine and pipeline approvals on opposite ends of the world: there’ve been some big climate wins and disheartening setbacks in the last two weeks.
School students, residents whose homes are threatened by nearby lignite mines, and Ende Gelände activists are joining forces in what’s shaping up to be a historical moment for Germany’s climate movement.