What COP26 is and what it meant for the most marginalised and least represented

I had the privilege of being in Glasgow during COP26. My intention is to provide insight and go deep on ´what happened´ and ´what was left to do´ so that we, the inspired, the caring, those who nurture, mobilize, and organize, can redirect our focus with intention moving forward. 

Becoming accountable to our relationship with the earth: Racial Justice Network’s and Climate Justice 13th framework re-Grounding. 

So do we come even close to being in a place of humble acknowledgement of what Earth is  to us and in relation to that, the fact of our belonging to the Earth makes it necessary also  to be in full acknowledgement of each other, not only across the face of the Earth, but also  over the deep time of this planet’s existence. 

The Thirteenth – a Framework for adding Internationalism to the Climate Agenda (for Leeds and Beyond)

Back in July 2019 RJN were asked to become a part of the Leeds Climate Change Citizen’s Jury oversight panel. In our limited capacity, we were able to contribute some thinking to the recruitment process and methodology as well as providing testimony as commentators to the jury. At every stage of our engagement we wereContinue reading “The Thirteenth – a Framework for adding Internationalism to the Climate Agenda (for Leeds and Beyond)”