Posts Tagged "climate justice"

Everything’s connected

September 26, 2022

We are approaching the end of KAIROS Climate Action Month. This week we will review the nexus between the climate emergency and colonization, gender, conflict/peace, and migrant justice to name a few interconnected issues. We will also look to how…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Introducing Paul Belisario – IPMSD/The Philippines

September 17, 2022

Meet Paul Belisario, Assistant Global Coordinator for the International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL), a KAIROS solidarity partner. His work focuses on campaigns, mobilization and outreach on the themes of liberation movements and right to self-determination, land rights,…

Post filed in: Asia-Pacific, Ecological Justice, Gender Justice/Women of Courage

Introducing Hana Elias Anton Kare – Wi’am/West Bank

September 16, 2022

Introducing Hana Kare, a researcher, trainer and peace activist with Wi’am: Palestine Conflict Transformation Centre. Like the other Women, Peace and Security partners, Wi’am is a long-term ecumenical and KAIROS partner, now active in the emerging gender, conflict and climate…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Gender Justice/Women of Courage, Middle East

Youth Poster Contest 2022

September 7, 2022

About the contest KAIROS wants to lift up the artistic work of young activists. We are looking for original artwork that shares a message of justice, peace and hope – artwork that will help us as a movement and a community embrace this kairos moment and lead us into…

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Week 1 – The Season of Creation

September 1, 2022

As Climate Action Month begins, we take time to join people around the world for the start of “the Season of Creation.” The Ecumenical Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox churches began this initiative last decade and was joined by the…

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Decolonizing climate action to underscore KAIROS Climate Action Month

August 3, 2022

4th annual event covers 5 themes in 5 weeks with rich supply of resources & actions  (Toronto – Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit) – Decolonizing climate action will underscore KAIROS’ 4th annual Climate Action Month, which launches…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Media Releases

Event

End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock – Screening and Panel Discussion

Date: November 3, 2021 Time: 5 pm PT, 6 pm MT, 7 pm CT, 8 pm ET, 9 pm AT Location: Zoom Registration: https://form.jotform.com/212925691828264   Description: Join us for a film screening of End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock followed…

#KAIROSClimateAction month wrap up

September 30, 2021

Today is the last day of Climate Action Month! Thank you for following us this month on our collective journey of learning and action for the climate. Today, we also commemorate the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Nature-based climate solutions #KAIROSClimateAction

September 29, 2021

In the recent federal election, every major political party in Canada had commitments to conserving and protecting ecosystems in Canada as part of their solutions for addressing climate change. Some committed to investments in planting trees, restoring wetlands and grasslands,…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence Legislation in Canada #KAIROSClimateAction

September 28, 2021

Achieving climate justice requires a transformation away from the destructive and extractive model of economic development which dominates the world today to one where humanity lives within its natural limits, upholds human rights, and lives in right relationship with all living…

Post filed in: Corporate Accountability, Ecological Justice

Intro to climate solutions week: Listening to Indigenous wisdom #KAIROSClimateAction

September 27, 2021

Over the last couple of weeks, we have explored several issues related to climate justice including ending the proliferation of fossil fuels, upholding Indigenous rights, making reparations for ecological debt and so much more. In these last days of Climate Action…

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From the archives: Resistance to BC’s Site C Dam Gaining Momentum #KAIROSClimateAction

September 26, 2021

KAIROS is celebrating 20 years of spirited action for justice. In reflecting on KAIROS’ accomplishments, every Sunday during Climate Action Month, we have featured seminal KAIROS research and writing that continues to shape and influence our climate justice work today….

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Connect with Creation: make an earth altar #KAIROSClimateAction

September 25, 2021

Every Saturday during Climate Action Month, we have invited you to take time to connect with Creation and share your moment of connection with us using #KAIROSClimateAction. For the month’s last Saturday, Susie Henderson invites you to create your own earth altar.   Create…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Event

People and Planet First!

JOIN US FOR OUR VIRTUAL CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF AND PRAYER SERVICE! Join us in solidarity with those who are marching the streets for the Global Climate Strike, led by the youth of the Fridays for Future movement, a global mobilization that…

Event

Global Climate Strike

On September 24, 2021, Fridays For Future Canada will join thousands around the world for another Global Climate Strike. With a federal election underway and extreme weather events abound, this is a historic opportunity to usher in the change that…

Global Day of Action! #KAIROSClimateAction

September 24, 2021

Today we mark the Global Climate Strike – also known as the Global Day of Climate Action. Fridays for Future (FFF) started this youth-led global climate strike movement in August 2018, when 15-year-old Greta Thunberg began a school strike for climate. She…

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Climate-induced displacement #KAIROSClimateAction

September 23, 2021

“Who qualifies as a refugee is a matter of debate…for those who’ve fled climate change, current law has little to offer.”  Sarah Stillman, New Yorker staff writer According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, “hazards resulting from the increasing intensity…

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Climate change and food security #KAIROSClimateAction

September 22, 2021

As we know, climate change is already having devastating impacts on ecosystems, particularly in the Global South. These impacts affect food systems as well and as a result add additional threats to human well-being.  This year, the Primate’s World Relief and…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Polluters & Plunderers: The Roots of Africa’s Crises #KAIROSClimateAction

September 21, 2021

On World Environment Day this year, KAIROS partner WoMin African Alliance launched the first in a series of animated short films – Polluters & Plunderers: The Roots of Africa’s Crises. This animated film tells part of the story of how rural, peasant and working-class communities across…

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Intro to global climate justice week #KAIROSClimateAction

September 20, 2021

What is climate justice? Today we enter week 4 of Climate Action Month and focus our attention on global climate justice. This week, KAIROS will look at elements of global climate justice in more detail, including resource extraction, food security, climate…

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From the archives: Is Durban the world’s last, best hope to avoid climate disaster? #KAIROSClimateAction

September 19, 2021

As we enter Global Climate Justice Week, we look back 10 years ago to COP17 in Durban, South Africa.  In the KAIROS Briefing Paper Is Durban the world’s last, best hope to avoid climate disaster?, John Dillon and Jim Davis analyze the…

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Take a sacred pause #KAIROSClimateAction

September 18, 2021

Every Saturday during Climate Action Month, we invite you to take time to connect with Creation. We’ll offer some resources to guide these moments of connection, but you are welcome to connect in any way that brings you joy, rest…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Indigenous resistance against carbon #KAIROSClimateAction

September 17, 2021

“Advocacy and direct action by Indigenous Peoples in opposition to threats to lands, waters, air, and future generations are not optional measures by those that adhere and live by traditional Indigenous knowledge. They are obligations.”Indigenous Resistance Against Carbon, 2021 The…

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Free, prior and informed consent #KAIROSClimateAction

September 16, 2021

Free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) is an inherent right of Indigenous peoples and helps ensure their survival, dignity and well-being.  The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UN Declaration) affirms FPIC and provides a new roadmap…

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Environmental racism #KAIROSClimateAction

September 15, 2021

Environmental racism is a type of systematic discrimination that links race and socio-economic status with increased environmental risk. In Canada, Indigenous, Black, and other marginalized communities are far more likely to be the site of high-risk industry activity or a…

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Decolonizing climate policy #KAIROSClimateAction

September 14, 2021

Canada’s climate policies are the main frameworks through which the federal government works to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create a low-carbon economy for the country. In recent years, these plans include the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change (PCF) (2016)…

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Indigenous rights week: UN Declaration and climate justice  #KAIROSClimateAction

September 13, 2021

Climate Action Month enters week 3 where we explore decolonization and Indigenous rights as foundations for climate justice. This week we’ll look at how to decolonize Canada’s climate policies, environmental racism, Indigenous rights, and Indigenous-led climate action. Our actions this…

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From the archives: Indigenous Wisdom: Living in Harmony with Mother Earth #KAIROSClimateAction

September 12, 2021

Every Sunday during Climate Action Month, we will feature seminal KAIROS research and writing that continues to shape and influence our climate justice work. Today, we feature Indigenous Wisdom: Living in Harmony with Mother Earth, published in 2017. This KAIROS publication explores…

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