This talk draws on climate justice practice (movements and theorists), specifically in relation to the concept of “Just Transition.” How do climate justice movements theorize and imagine what “Just Transition” means in light of histories and ongoing legacies of colonialism and capitalism? This talk assembles movement frameworks and activism to suggest that we are in a critical moment that is about the transition from politics of recognition, to that of restoration and reparations in a moment of danger, broadly defined.
- Julie Sze, Professor of American Studies at University of California at Davis
- Response by Samuel K. Roberts, Associate Professor of History, Sociomedical Sciences and of African American and African Diaspora Studies at Columbia University
- Chaired by Jason Bordoff, Co-Founding Dean of the Climate School at Columbia University
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Part of the Climate and Society Series. Hosted by
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