Our world is at an inflection point. The burgeoning climate crisis intersects with so many other crises; the people most vulnerable to climate change are also facing racial injustice, migrant injustice, and economic injustice crises, just to name a few.
The people with the most to lose, the communities on the frontlines of the climate emergency, have found solutions that are just, creative and build power.
Communities have shown that we have the power to create a healthier society while preserving a healthy planet. Frontline climate justice organizations and the communities they represent should be influencing discourse, policy, and action.
In this urgent moment, funders must support the guidance of frontline organizations. Anything less than that just delays a just solution and a more equitable world for all of us.