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Floods and Forest Fires: Living the Climate Crisis
Labour Energy Forum

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Across the world people are waking up to the human costs of the climate crisis and its colonial dimensions. From devastating floods in Bangladesh, to the raging wildfires across the globe this summer - the need for climate action is now. Labour is taking bold steps towards Climate Justice such as opposing fracking in our backyard - but British corporations are still imposing dangerous fracking projects abroad supported by the Tory government. Join a panel of grassroots activists to discuss how we move from the climate crisis to Climate Justice.


Tahir Latif
Activist // PCS

Environmental campaigner and PCS activist

Louise Castro

Grassroots anti-fracking campaigner

Anna Markova
Activist // Platform

Campaigns coordinator for Platform

Simon Lewis

Professor of global change science at University College London and University of Leeds. Author, of the book The Human Planet: How We Created the Anthropocene, with Mark Maslin. He was involved in the Camp of Climate Action.

Tom Gann
New Socialist

General Editor and Theory & Strategy Co-Editor at the New Socialist

More speakers to be announced!