Is Climate Change Classist?

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Thursday 25 November 2021, 7pm

Streamed live via MS Teams

To understand the disproportionate distribution of the harms of climate breakdown we must pay attention to the histories of colonialism, imperialism, and the racist forms of social organisation left in their wake. Doing this helps us to appreciate the extent to which the current apocalyptic trajectory is not an entirely novel threat to many peoples who live on the frontlines. An area of hope, in moving towards more liveable futures, is to organise collectively to overturn the inadequate forms of social organisation we have inherited.

Dr Sealey-Huggins is an Assistant Professor in Global Sustainability Development at Warwick University.  His work centres on the social and political relations of climate breakdown.

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