Anti-Greenwashing Educational Toolkit
This toolkit highlights how greenwashing plays out in the push for widespread electrification, which requires lithium and other industrially mined metals for batteries. We hope it will help guide activists, students, community organizers, and anyone who seeks a path of justice and liberation from co-constitutive systems of oppression, toward a decolonial/anti-colonial and anti-capitalist approach to climate action and environmental justice.
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