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A People’s Orientation to a Regenerative Economy: Protect, Repair, Invest, & Transform

Listen to leaders from the United Frontline Table, a 16-member frontline-led formation working toward regenerative economic policy, as they share…

Beyond Recognition

After decades struggling to protect her ancestors’ burial places, now engulfed by San Francisco’s sprawl, a Native woman from a…

Civil Rights in Federally Assisted Emergency and Disaster Preparedness and Recovery

This webinar focuses on civil rights compliance in the preparedness and recovery phase of emergencies and disasters. Addressing the needs…

Climate Curious Web Series

The Climate Curious Web Series is a collection of videos that explores the impacts of climate change through a racial…

Climate Justice is Migrant Justice

Migrants Organising for Rights and Empowerment (MORE), together with Tripod Trainings and the COP26 Coalition, are organising a series of…

Climate Visions

This video series spends time with people who have lived at the intersection of environmental racism and systemic violence. Following…

Discrimination Protections and Promising Practices in Federally Assisted Emergency Management

Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Summary: This webinar discusses new guidelines and resources to protect against discrimination and promote the…

Discrimination Protections and Promising Practices in Federally Assisted Emergency Management

This webinar discusses new guidelines and resources to protect against discrimination and promote the inclusion of all vulnerable communities in…

Environmental and Climate Justice Films

The Orfalea Center’s catalogue of environmental and climate justice films presents documentaries on a wide variety of subjects from seminal…

Environmental Justice in Ecological Research and Education

n recent decades the ecological sciences have documented numerous examples of disparities in access to natural resources and cases of…

Equitable & Just National Climate Platform Stories

The Equitable & Just National Climate Platform Stories archive shares the stories of communities who are combatting environmental racism, fighting…

Feminist Climate Justice in a World of Crises

A discussion on how feminist insights can be applied to climate justice.

Feminist Economy for People and Planet

This teach-in explores the value of reproductive labor as low carbon, community generating, life affirming, and skilled work that is…

Flooded? How to protect your community using nature

Organizational Sponsor: Anthropocene Alliance, Natural Hazard Mitigation Association Summary: Interested in ‘nature-based’ or ‘green infrastructure’ solutions to flooding? This training…

How to Organize a Twitter Storm

Learn how to organize a Twitter storm to get the attention of elected officials. Higher Ground is the largest flood…