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Climate Justice is Social Justice

Climate Justice is Social Justice

Climate Justice is Social Justice! Episode four of The Breakdown looks at the intersection between racism and climate change, highlighting how climate change is first and foremost a social justice issue. Looking forward the episode explores the role of the Green New Deal as part of a just and fair transition. Episode four also features Co-Executive Director of The Green New Deal Uk, Fatima Ibrahim; Author of ‘The Uninhabitable Earth’, David Wallace-Wells, and Podcast Host and Writer Mary Heglar. THE BREAKDOWN is a five-part film series on climate change: exploring how we got here, where we're headed, and what we can ALL do to make a difference.⁠ ⁠ CONNECT This is an Earthrise production. To learn more about our work and how to take action on the climate crisis check out our Instagram and website below: Earthrise Instagram: Earthrise Website: A huge thank-you to our creative partners at Studio 11 who helped bring this series to life: This series was an original commission by the incredible Waterbear Network; a new and innovative platform that allows you to watch content about the future of our planet, and directly take action! It's totally free to create an account so why not check it out: Did you enjoy this episode, does it leave you with any questions? I'd really love to know your thoughts in the comments below. 👇🏼
One Earth - Environmental Short Film

One Earth - Environmental Short Film

One Earth is an environmental short film I created and edited to help raise awareness about our impact on our environment. It tells the story of how we globally and massively around the world use resources for short term profit, by deforestating, mining, burning fossil fuels, consuming and ever expanding. Our lifestyle leads to the many environmental issues we face today in 2024, including global pollution, climate change, and the massive extinction of animal species. 00:00 Introduction 00:28 One Earth Short Film 03:51 End Credits I am the composer, producer and mix engineer of the music you can hear in this video. You can listen to the track on every major audio streaming service, and buy it on iTunes. Listen to it here: The short documentary One Earth showcases footage from talented photographers and videographers worldwide. I want to thank all the artists and photographers from which I got the video clips. Their names are stated at the end credits of this film. You can access their work bellow: Tom Fisk : Kelly Lacy : Bellergy RC : Dan Dubassy : Ruvim Miksanskiy : José Carlos Alexandre : Taryn Elliott : Luc De Cleir : Home Adrift : Nomad Nation Videoproduktion : Pressmaster : Roman Odintsov : Vitaly Vlasov : Nick Murphy : Charlie Wang : Olivier Polome-Pengthong : Follow me & my work: Website: YouTube: SoundCloud: X: Instagram: Listen to my music on audio streaming platforms: Spotify: Deezer: Apple Music: If you enjoyed the film, please subscribe to my channel to help me create more content in the future. Cheers!
Xiuhtezcatl  Martinez - Compilation

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez - Compilation A 16-year-old indigenous change agent, environmental activist, public speaker, eco hip-hop artist, and the Youth Director of Earth Guardians– Xiuhtezcatl (Pronounced “Shu-tez-caat") is a powerful voice on the front lines of the youth-led climate movement. He performs internationally at music festivals, organizes demonstrations, and has spoken at over 100 high-impact rallies, events and conferences around the globe. He and his brother, Itzcuauhtli, regularly give school presentations to ignite and inspire youth to step up as leaders and take action on behalf of the planet. Xiuhtezcatl gives presentations on fracking and climate change in schools and conferences nationally. His work on climate change has led him to become a youth plaintiff against the United States for failing to protect the atmosphere. To support this litigation, Xiuhtezcatl met with representatives from all three branches of government working to garner support and create a climate recovery plan based on NASA scientist James Hansen's work. Over eighty members of congress, including the Congressional Progressive Caucus, publicly supports the youth delegation. He also uses his passion for music to inspire his generation. In 2012, Xiuhtezcatl was one of the youngest speakers at the RIO+20 United Nations Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He spoke on UN panels and side events, and had the honor of lighting the sacred fire with indigenous elders from Brazil. He is traveling and initiating international Earth Guardian crews around the globe to fulfill the Earth Guardians mission with crews in Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Mexico, and Brazil. To hire this speaker to speak at your next event, contact BigSpeak Speakers Bureau (805) 965-1400 For information about BigSpeak,