If you identify as ‘feminist’, ‘progressive’ or ‘part of the resistance’, you know there’s many reasons to care about climate change. We talk about rising sea levels, food security, and severe weather a lot. But there are also huge social components to the impacts of climate change, which fall disproportionately on marginalized people, such as poor folks, people with disabilities, and so on.
Doing activism around these social impacts is very important to the overall goal of fighting climate change. Everyday Feminism has some articles on these issues to get you educated and check out some innovative ideas for a renewable future that’s also more economically and socially equal.
- Climate Change and City Planning
- Climate Change and Gender (More material here)
- Climate Change and Wealth Inequality
- Climate Change and Housing
- Climate Change and Race