The Impasse on Progressive Action to Address Climate Change: A Southern Perspective from People’s Movements

24 February 2015 

Last week in New Delhi, we participated in an interactive session to discuss recent international climate negotiations and talks, as well as to gather perspectives from activists on their analysis and approach towards overcome challenges in grounding the climate crisis and its alternatives within issues confronting common people. 

You can stream the discussion on Soundcloud through the following links:

Part 1 (47 mins)

Part 2 (1 hr 49 mins) 

Speakers included:

Pablo Solon (Focus on the Global South): Where are the climate justice movements in the South today?

D Raghunandan (AIPSN): Perspective of the people’s science movement

Ashim Roy (NTUI): Workers rights and energy democracy

Wijoo Krishnan (AIKS): Peasant rights and agro-ecology initiatives

 

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