Miles Lewis’ Thoughts on Queer Ecology
Miles Lewis, a guest speaker at our July meeting, discusses Queer Ecology as it relates to Environmental Justice. Miles is a visual artist and art and environmental educator. Click HERE to learn more.
One way of understanding the environmental movement is in two strategies:
Technocratic: Focus on the technological, political, and economic problems of environmental destruction and preservation.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all had to adjust our habits in the name of health and safety. With indoor restaurants, movie theatres, sports arenas, and concert venues shut down, finding engaging programming to watch at home is a must to entertain children and adults alike.
When you’re looking for inspiring, captivating tv shows, documentaries, and movies that educate audiences on climate-related issues, consider watching one of the following pieces of content.
SoCal 350’s members are bonded in our pursuit of a stable climate and a fossil-fuel-free future. In line with this mission, a pillar of our organization has always been social justice. In the wake of protests against police brutality and anti-black racism, we recognize the multitude of ways in which the fight for racial and climate justice are deeply intertwined and interrelated.
During these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to protect our planet and advocate for global economic equality. While it can be challenging to look beyond daily updates and information regarding coronavirus, consider taking a few moments to explore the topics below. The need for public discourse to address our climate emergency continues!
Earth Week has come to an end, but the need for activism and the spread of factual information regarding climate change and the organizations negatively impacting our planet continues.
Thursday, April 23rd was officially deemed “Divest Day.” Climate activists across the globe took to social media to show their dissent against Chase Bank and other financial institutions funding the fossil fuel industry and deforestation.