Injustice

What is Intersectional Environmentalism, and why is it so Important?

Intersectional Environmentalism In 1989, Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term intersectional. A leading thinker and scholar in the field of critical race theory. The term was originally used to explain the oppression of African American women in the feminist movement. In simple terms it explained how feminism that does not address the fact that women come from different classes, ethnicities, abilities and sexualities…

Women Most Vulnerable in Climate Chaos

What’s Going On Here? As International Women’s Day is marked this month, women are being celebrated for the incredible impact they have had in the fight against climate chaos. But attention has also been drawn to the fact that women are disproportionately affected by the impacts of climate change. What Does This Mean? International Women’s Day (March 8th) is a time to…

Educate girls to reduce global warming. The link between education & population.

What’s Going On Here? Educating girls has a huge positive impact on global warming. A study has ranked this effort at the 6th most important change our global society can make to cut climate change! Population growth… eeek Global population is growing, with recent stats showing year on year growth of 1.07%, or 82 million new peeps! The trouble is… More people = More emissions…