“This story was initially published as part of the The International People’s Platform for Climate Justice project”

We are a very diverse group of feminist climate activists. We come from different continents identify as queer, African, People of Colour, Indigenous, and white. But despite our very diverse backgrounds, we all experienced the same patriarchal structures.
In this talk, we share what it means for us to be a feminist and explore the story behind our feminisms. Further, we discuss what it means to look at climate change through an intersectional feminist lens. We cannot tackle the climate crisis without making the nexus to our unjust societal and economic structures.

“Not Without Us!” promotes the integration of gender justice in international climate politics and within the global climate justice movement by connecting and amplifying local struggles and resistance. Not without Us! is implemented by the organisations LIFE e.V. and GenderCC in cooperation with the Critical Geography Collective Ecuador, Gender CC South Africa, Solidaritas Perempuan and financed by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation with funds of the federal ministry for economic cooperation and development of the federal republic of Germany. More on: https://medium.com/notwithoutus
The Not Without Us! podcast is produced by Studio Lärm, https://www.studiolaerm.net/