Kingston Hall 201 – Queen’s University Campus University Avenue between Union St and Stuart St
Join us for a vital discussion on the variety of emerging social movements working for both social justice and sustainability in response to the crisis of climate change. The event will include a particular emphasis on the impact climate change is having on indigenous communities and indigenous-led social movements.
…Director, Institute for Social Ecology
University of Vermont & Prescott College
Brian has published and lectured widely for many years on ecology-based social movements and is the author of “Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on the Climate Crisis and Social Change.”
**Robert Lovelace and Nicole McGrath
Geography & Global Development Studies, Queen’s University
Bob will be joined by Nicole McGrath to discuss their experience
attending the World People’s Conference on Climate Change in Bolivia this past April.
Ben is a member of the Indigenous Environmental Network and an emerging scholar-activist who has been involved in formal climate negotiations for a number of years, and is the acting liaison between Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations and the UN.
Social Movements and Climate Change