By convening intergenerational, multiracial, multi-
The 4 Rs of Climate Justice –Reform, Resist, Re-
Achieving climate justice requires fundamental social transformation: all aspects of how people relate to each other and the earth—how we get and use energy, how we eat, where we live, how we transport ourselves, and what kinds of work we do—must rapidly shift to restore ecological balance and ensure racial and economic equity.
The 4 Rs framework-
Session example from NCCJS 2015: Repower Our Schools outlined their campaign to make public schools 100% reliant on renewable energy, providing hands-
Session example from NCCJS 2015: Debbie Cyr, an indigenous leader from the Mi’qmaw nation of New Brunswick, Canada, presented “Images of Resistance: Documentary Film and Visual Art as Tools” to share how her people successfully used direct action and social media to protect their land from fracking.
Session example from NCCJS 2015: Dasan Ahanu and Ty Allen, two award-
Session example from NCCJS 2015: The Fund for Democratic Communities and Renaissance Community Co-