Join creative climate campaigner, Suzanne Dhaliwal for a workshop on creative strategies for change. We will explore power and privilege mapping to develop creative campaign strategies to sustain our earth and for supporting resilient communities.
Associate Professor and Senior Researcher of International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam Dr Sylvia I. Bergh draws attention to the effects of heat waves on the urban population, and the elderly in particular. In this article, she advocates for well-targeted and roll-out ready local heat plans.
Artists’ impression of the impact of consumptive lifestyles and the manifestation of climate change as experienced by waste pickers who live at the city’s periphery, in the foothills of Delhi's largest landfill.
Recognising the importance of community-based herbalism and of democratizing access to herbal medicine and remedies, GEN Advisor Emily Caruso is collaborating with Nikki Darrell of The Plant Medicine School to develop the Community Exchange on Health Sovereignty 2022.
Kendi Borona, Milka Chepkorir, Suzanne Dhaliwal and Ashish Kothari share their first-hand experiences of the ways Indigenous Knowledge and community-led education can revitalise our human connection to land and build resilient, thriving societies during the GEN In Conversation event, held on 25th August 2021.