Climate change is not simply an ecological issue, nor is it only for environmental NGOs to tackle. The stakes do not begin and end with environmental conservation. A changing climate will have — and is already having — real, devastating impacts on people. It is widening existing social divides and creating new ones.
And just as climate change is not a strictly ecological issue, climate action cannot truly succeed if it’s relegated to the sphere of environmental NGOs. This was the consensus at a Future of Good #BuildBackBetter digital conversation last Friday to wrap UN Climate Week. Future of Good brought together four speakers to discuss how to make climate action an all-hands-on-deck effort in the social impact sector. Here’s what you need to know.
Redefine climate action
Throughout the conversation, speakers often returned
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