For three seasons, we at Blog, Engage, Act have dealt with present: we have elucidated the status quo against climate change and have taken a look at developments behind the scenes in the climate movement. To conclude, the bloggers now look into the future and ask how social change is possible, how change is already lived today, which (creative) ingredients are needed for it and why you have to be a part of it!
The climate crisis has a very unequal impact on people worldwide and is intensifying discrimination. This is precisely why it is important to keep an eye on aspects such as classism, racism, sexism, (neo-)colonialism and many other struggles both within and outside of climate justice movements.
In the third season of Blog, Engage, Act! our bloggers are consequently focusing on priorities in movements. What will it take for differences and commonalities? How do I create awareness for the injustices in our world? And above all, how can those affected have their say in a world that is dominated by inequalities?