From Cancún to Minnesota: The need for environmental justice
On Tuesday night, IATP's Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy (CEED) hosted an event in Minneapolis that connected the need for climate justice in Cancún with local grassroots environmental justice efforts. It was part of the “1000 Cancun’s”, a day of climate justice action around the world. The event included a local EJ panel as well as a live report back from three members of the National (U.S.) Environmental Justice Leadership Forum on Climate Change. The event was filmed and webcast by The UpTake and a video is available below (in English). Pictures from the event are also available on IATP's Flickr page. You can follow the EJ delegates blogging from Cancun on our blog page, Think Forward.
The event begins at the 8-minute mark below, with the speakers entering as follows:
Shalini Gupta, IATP, introduction: 8:00
Cochabamba People's Climate Summit video: 12:26
LeMoine LePointe, advisory board of IATP's Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy: 24:43
Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, Rural Enterprise Center: 35:08
Veronica Burt, Just Equity: 44:27
Deborah Ramos, Zenteotl Project: 54:11
Liza O'Reilly, Zenteotl Project: 1:01:10
Question and Answer: 1:06:00
Call-in reports from Cancún (Cecilia Martinez, Michele Roberts and Jose Bravo): 1:09:32
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