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My experiences with building bridges for climate action

Yaque­mil­sa Fre­delin­da Mati­ashi Vicente (25) from Peru is an envi­ron­men­tal engi­neer­ing stu­dent, an indige­nous envi­ron­men­tal activist, a mem­ber of Fri­days for Future Peru, and pres­i­dent of the Asso­ci­a­tion of Young Indige­nous and Ama­zon­ian Set­tlers of the Megan­toni. Here, she writes about the project BB4CA, which she was part of. The project brought togeth­er young cli­mate experts from Latin Amer­i­ca, the Caribbean and Europe. It was finan­cial­ly sup­port­ed by the Fed­er­al Min­istry for the Envi­ron­ment, Nature Con­ser­va­tion and Nuclear Safe­ty and it is legal­ly car­ried by the Ger­man Youth NGO Kli­madel­e­ga­tion e.V.

Through the eyes of a young bipoc* activist

Activist Jada Lau­ren Kennedy talks about how she became first a cli­mate activist and lat­er an activist focus­ing on the inter­sec­tion­al­i­ty of the dif­fer­ent crises we face in our sys­te­my. She tells, what has led her to this pat­hand the iden­ti­ty cri­sis she faces as a young wom­xn of color.

Part 1: A Look Beyond the Covid19 Horizon

This artikel is part of the series Crises in times of glob­al inequal­i­ty — find more arti­cles HERE. Besides count­less arti­cles on Lufthansa, car sum­mits… Read More »Part 1: A Look Beyond the Covid19 Horizon