Activists say climate justice is the new climate action. Here’s what that means — and how to switch.

Five climate activists share actionable tips for making sure your organization’s climate efforts put vulnerable people first

Why It Matters

The people who are most responsible for climate change are least impacted by it, and those who are most impacted have contributed the least to creating the crisis. If social impact organizations’ climate action doesn’t take this into account, it’s not only tone-deaf, but it’s ineffective.

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