At Africans In the Diaspora, we believe that women, youth, and Iocal communities are the source of innovative solutions for our shared African problems. In 2018, we are excited to share information about the three issue areas that direct our mission: food sovereignty, climate justice, and alternative economies. Here is your Climate Justice forecast for the week.
Taking The Temperature: Climate Justice In Action
“One Voice Aired: The Power of SDCEA”
Learn about the powerful impact of our partner South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA)'s work over the past 22 years. The organization's coordinator, Desmond D'sa, won the Goldman Environmental Prize — the world’s largest prize honoring grassroots environmentalists.
Other weather elements:
- We already have the answers: "The climate solutions we need for our survival are already in our midst" by Thousand Currents' Executive Director Rajasvini Bhansali.
- Finding global alternatives: "Campesino Movements Say Climate Justice Is an Alternative to Crippling G20 Policies," an article co-written by Elizabeth Mpofu, General Coordinator of La Via Campesina, and chairperson of Thousand Currents partner, the Zimbabwe Smallholder Organic Farmers Forum (ZIMSOFF)