May 21 | What impact is Covid-19 having on global emissions?
Hosted by The Carbon Brief, Professors from a variety of organisations come together to talk about the impacts of COVID-19.
Arundhati Roy and Naomi Klein in a conversation moderated by Asad Rehman on how we move from crisis to justice and build a Global Green New Deal!
Join the 350 Canada team for a strategy session on building power for a just recovery from the COVID 19 Pandemic. Join us to talk about what a Just Recovery means for Canada and our 3-part plan to make it a reality.
May 5 | Intersectionality Matters
With Kimberlé Crenshaw and Janine Jackson.
Hosted by People & Planet, with Ann Pettifor, Kayah George 'Halth-Leah', and Adrienne Buller.
April 24 | What is a Green and Just Recovery Anyway?
Greenpeace brings us a 2 hour deep dive into the discussion of how we could achieve a Just & Green Recovery and, with it, systemic change. Speakers include Khelsilem, a Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw, an elected Councillor and Spokesperson for the Squamish Nation and a member of BC government’s Climate Solutions Council, and Ananda Lee Tan, a grassroots social movements activist.
Hosted by Extinction Rebellion with Faith Robinson, Rahemur Rahman and Danny Burns.
April 22 | Climate Fast Action: Earth Day 2020
A celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with climate scientists and speakers from Indigenous Environmental Justice Project, Climate Action Network, 350 Canada, For Our Kids, Citizens for Public Justice, Africa Climate Action Initiative, National Farmers Union, Evergreen Brickworks, Greenpeace, Wilderness Committee, and Ontario Clean Air Alliance.
April 22 | Earth Day Live
Earth Day Live was a three-day livestream where thousands of people joined activists, celebrities, musicians, and more in an epic moment of community and hope for the future. Catch up with some of the streams.
April 17 | Fireside Live: Fire Drill Friday
With Jane Fonda and Christiana Figueres
Christiana Figueres, the former UN Climate Chief and architect of the Paris Climate Agreement, and author of the new book The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis, talks in-depth about what we can learn from the COVID-19 crisis, and how we address the climate crisis.
Hosted by Young Greens of England and Wales, with Derek Wall
Derek Wall draws from Elinor Ostrom's theory of collective commons to tackle the enormous and critical questions facing capitalism, with questions like: What would it mean to completely transform our economic system? To go beyond projects like a Green New Deal or getting Greens elected? To completely unearth our present capitalist system?
April 16 | Indigenous Women of Brazil and Ecuador on the Frontlines of COVID-19 and Defending Communities and the Amazon
Hosted by Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) international, with Indigenous leaders and spokespeople from Ecuador and Brazil.
April 13 | Indigenous Women of North America, Turtle Island on the Frontlines: COVID-19 & Fossil Fuel Resistance
Hosted by Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) international, with Freda Huson, Faith Spotted Eagle, Tara Houska and Eriel Tchekwie Feranger.
In this webinar, Indigenous women leaders discuss how COVID-19 is impacting their communities and how oil and gas pipelines are being fast-tracked in their lands— violating Indigenous rights and further putting Indigenous women at risk.
Hosted by A Rising Majority, with Naomi Klein and Angela Davis
Discussions on the COVID crisis, explorations on how to move forward to protect and uplift the most vulnerable, and imagining the world that might emerge on the other side.
Hosted by Raven Trust, This set of 3 webinars share strategic approaches – from supporting Indigenous legal challenges to divestment and de-funding campaigns – and build an unbreakable alliance of action.