Construyendo una Campaña Nacional Sobre Varios Temas de la Justicia Climático/La política sobre la energía; la responsabilidad de los Estados Unidos con respecto a la política climática nacional e internacional

Descripcíon
Failure to produce a legally binding agreement in Copenhagen on climate change calls for strengthening a U.S.-based social movement to hold the U.S. accountable in national and international climate policy. From a social and environmental justice framework with intentional participation of communities of color, indigenous peoples, the poor and U.S. communities impacted by extractive energy industries, there will be two 2 hour sessions. 1st:report back from the Global People's Summit on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, Cochabamba, Bolivia; it's People's Agreement and Working Group conclusions; 2nd: share findings/strategize building a national campaign on climate policy and cross-cutting issues ranging from, but not limited to: exposing false solutions of national and global climate policy, community rights, energy, water as a human right, food security, economic paradigms, greens jobs. Outcome: a U.S.-based social movement Declaration on climate change, human rights and Mother Earth as the source of life, creating a new system based on principles of harmony and balance; and call for a U.S. national summit for movement building beyond the USSF and Cancun climate conference.
Información del Taller
Fecha de Evento: 
Vie, 06/25/2010 - 1:00pm - 5:30pm
Local del Evento: 
Cobo Hall: D3-28
Descripción Entera: 

AdditionalPMA Collaborators:Southern Tier Advocacy & Mitigation www.stamp-cmy.org, Shaleshock Citizens'Coalition www.shalesshock.org, Southern Oregon Jobs with Justice www.sojwj.org: The 2009 Copenhagen global negotiations on climate change failed to produce a legally binding agreement when the U.S. joined forces with other countries to create an entirely new agreement called the Copenhagen Accords with weak targets and no legally binding obligations for the mitigation of climate change. The strengthening of a U.S.-based social movement to hold the U.S. accountable in national and international climate policy is critical. From a social and environmental justice framework with intentional participation of communities of color, indigenous peoples and the poor, and communities impacted by extractive energy industries,there will be two 2-hour sessions. 1st: Report of the Global Peoples’ Summit on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, Cochabamba, Bolivia, its’ Peoples’ Agreement and Working Group conclusions; 2nd:to share findings/strategize ideas for building a national campaign around such issues as exposing the false solutions of national and global climate policy and cross-cutting issues ranging from, but not limited to: community rights, energy, water as a human right, food security, economic paradigms, green jobs, and others issues brought forward.Outcome: consider a U.S.-based social movement Declaration on climate change, human rights and Mother Earth as the source of all life, creating a new system based on the principles of harmony and balance to complement the Cochabamba “Protocols,” and call for a U.S. national summit for movement building beyond the USSF and the Cancun climate conference.

Nombre de el/la organizador/a : 
Nancy T. Price
Correo-e de el/la organizador/a: 
nancytprice@juno.com
Nombre de la Primera Organización Responsable: 
Alliance for Democracy
Language(s): 
emglish
Tracks: 
Justicia de Clima: sostenabilidad, recursos y tierra
La Solidaridad Internacional y Responsabilidad: construyendo una respuesta unificada a las crisis mundiales
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