Read our interview with Oladuso Adenike is a youth activist from Nigeria who goes by the name, The Ecofeminist. Named by the BBC as a key African activist and spoke at COP25. Oladosu talks about the severe impacts of climate injustice on women and girls and underscores that an ecofeminist understanding of the problem, and its solution, is essential.
Read our interview with Maeve Cohen who along with Professor Sherilyn MacGregor, is authoring a UK Feminist Green New Deal policy paper to integrate feminist perspectives with the green agenda.
Creator, artist and public figure honored for her commitment and pioneering work in the environmental sector, we spoke to Judy Ling Wong, founder of the Black Environment Network (BEN). Judy is a major voice in policy towards social inclusion and has worked for over thirty years in environmental participation, increasing access to the environmental sector, and nature itself, within Black and ethnic minority communities. Her philosophy around engaging people in environmental action is based on giving people the opportunity to experience and enjoy nature firsthand, particularly wild nature.
We speak with Zarina Ahmad, a climate change communicator and trainer with CEMVO Scotland, a race-equality organisation and intermediary with Scottish government about why feminism is a climate justice issue.
We speak to Tina Rothery of The Nanas, an environmental movement for women of all ages, opposing hydraulic fracking giant, Cuadrilla. – to find out more about her and The Nana’s, as well as getting her views on why climate justice is a feminist issue.
We speak to Professor Sherilyn MacGregor. Sherilyn is an academic at The University of Manchester whose research focuses on the relationship between feminist and environmental politics.