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Dr Tracey Osborne is the Director of the University of California’s Center for Climate Justice. Her research focuses on the social and political economic dimensions of climate change mitigation in tropical forests and the role of Indigenous Peoples, the politics of climate finance, global environmental governance, and climate equity and justice.
Raj Aggarwal is President of Provoc, a communications firm and certified B Corp that’s rooted in equity and empathy-driven work, and he chairs the Climate Justice Task Force for the B Corp Climate Collective, a group of Certified B Corporations working together to take action on the climate emergency. Alongside the University of Oxford’s Business School and B Lab, Raj and his team at Provoc led a research effort to build a Climate Justice Playbook for Business.
Yang Hong is the founder of Shoshin Insights, a data and engineering consultancy practicing to minimize harm and work for humans.
She also leads a Climate Justice learning group as part of Work on Climate, a positive, action-oriented Slack community for people serious about climate work. The Climate Justice Learning Group has put together a “Climate Justice 101 Guide”, a beginner-friendly guide that offers a starting point for folks wondering what climate justice is actually about, what it looks like in practice, and why it’s so important.
04:08 – Tracey's entry point into understanding injustice and climate change
38:29 – Yang's advice on making climate justice part of our personal practice
45:53 – Redressal of past injustices look and ideal world scenarios
55:32 – Call to dig deeper with Terra.do's Climate Justice Workshop. More details below....
- Sign up for our Climate Justice Workshop on March 13 and March 14
- B Corp Climate Collective’s Climate Justice Playbook for Business
- Sign up for updates on Work on Climate’s Climate Justice 101 Guide
- Work on Climate, an action-oriented Slack community for people serious about climate work.
- The plethora of resources shared by Yang Hong