The environmental justice movement has brought important dimensions of race and class to mainstream environmentalism. But what is often overlooked is how closely related the environmental justice movement is to struggles of decolonization–especially in the context of decarbonization and the global movement toward a zero-carbon economy.
Linking Students and Communities: A Case Study of the Bay Area’s Battle Against Fossil Fuel Infrastructure
by Arjun Pandava, UC Berkeley student Contributing Writers Meredith Jacobson and Katie Hoffman Student movements often fall into the trap of restricting their strategies and alliances to within the walls of their academic spaces. But this restriction makes little sense, especially given that on many issues, the desires of the […]