Climate collective re-launch 2022

WE ARE IN A CLIMATE EMERGENCY!

Due to human actions, all lives on the planet are under threat, and it’s up to us to do something for our world to stay alive. We urgently need to change these unsustainable structures, bringing Climate Justice to the center of the action. WE STILL CAN DO IT, IF WE WORK TOGETHER.

This is your chance! The ITAC Climate Collective is re-launching in September 2022! JOIN US and be part of a global community of artivists from around the world who are willing to take #ClimateAction. We need to reforest consciences to accelerate the response to the climate emergency!

We believe that by working directly with community members, channeling their creative ideas into climate action, we can make a distinctively powerful change to guarantee our survival on this planet!

BE PART OF THE REVOLUTION!!!
Join the ITAC Climate Collective NOW! 
to bring the power of teaching artistry to help with the climate crisis!

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HOW THE COLLECTIVE IS GOING TO WORK?

You will receive monthly information and invitations to virtual gatherings, where we will collectively think of creative ideas to raise awareness of the climate collapse and challenge the standards, presenting unique and valuable initiatives with the power to connect our different communities.

THE CAMPAIGN

We will get together to shape a global campaign, that will be inspired by the idea of ​​"Unmasking Climate Injustices" from Raz Salvarita, where we seek to show how the different injustices around the planet are connected and upscaled by the climate collapse - impacting our Territory, Earth - and inspire people on how we can take action & change the game! WE COUNT ON YOU!!!

TOOLS

- Climate Cafes: informal virtual meetings to get to know each other and bring ideas together to get the collective campaign going.

- PD Sessions: we will invite specialists of different topics that will help us learn more about climate change and inspire new ideas.

- Advocacy Items: in monthly newsletters, you will receive information about campaigns, ideas and initiatives that are happening on ground, so you can join or get inspired.

WHO ARE WE

We will get together to shape a global campaign, that will be inspired by the idea of ​​"Unmasking Climate Injustices" from Raz Salvarita, where we seek to show how the different injustices around the planet are connected and upscaled by the climate collapse - impacting our Territory, Earth - and inspire people on how we can take action & change the game! WE COUNT ON YOU!!!

BE PART OF THE REVOLUTION!!!
Join the ITAC Climate Collective NOW! 
to bring the power of teaching artistry to help with the climate crisis!

Join Now!

¿Why climate justice?

The concept of "climate justice" arises at a time when we realize climate change has and will have an environmental, social and even economic impact that will affect everyone differently.

In studies on vulnerability to climate change, it has been found that the countries most affected by global warming and in which its consequences will be felt most intensely deeper (desertification, droughts, floods, migration and other extreme events) are the ones who less contributed to the climate impacts and have restrict access to different resources for mitigating it.



Adding to it, there are some social effects of climate change, such as health problems, increased financial burdens, loss of food & water security and other cultural and social changes. These consequences will firstly affect certain human communities, such as minority groups, with fewer economic resources, indigenous nations, children, youth and women. In this way, the climate emergency is also a matter of human rights and environmental justice.

Climate justice seeks the fair treatment of all people, living beings and countries, as well as avoiding decisions and projects that encourage more violence and destruction. Doing the opposite of dealing with the climate crisis. It is one of the most relevant concept of this era, even more so when those most affected by anthropogenic climate change are the least responsible for the greenhouse gas emissions that have caused the problem and, instead, the living standards that have generated global warming are those that Fewer would suffer its direct consequences, although they will do so indirectly.

The idea of ​​climate justice, in any case, is to promote a just transition to a sustainable, fossil fuel-free future, without discrimination, while protecting the most vulnerable people, countries and environment from the impacts of climate change.

BE PART OF THE REVOLUTION!!!
Join the ITAC Climate Collective NOW! 
to bring the power of teaching artistry to help with the climate crisis!

Join Now!
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