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Voices on Climate Justice VI

Judy Rebick reflecting on climate justice.

by Stefan Christoff

Transforming power.
Transforming power.

Audio reports on struggles for environmental justice, produced for broadcast on campus/community radio stations globally, featuring voices from around the world engaged in front-line struggles for climate justice.

In this segment we will hear an interview with Judy Rebick, founder of, author and long time social justice activist in Canada who speaks on the central importance of climate justice to activism internationally. Rebick focuses on the inspiration of the Bolivia-driven alternative climate justice organizing process to the top-down UN climate change summits and the urgent need for action on climate change. Also addressed in this interview is an analysis on the contemporary reality in Canada, both the record of the Harper Conservative government on the environment and the need to address with the realities of indigenous lands rights in relation to environmental struggles in Canada.

For more information & writings via Judy Rebick visit:

Music in this report "Tiger Funk" by Moonstarr feat. LAL via Public Transit Records"

Voices on Climate Justice interview series was recorded at Cochabamba +1 environmental justice conference in Montreal and is produced by community organizer and journalist Stefan Christoff

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Stefan Christoff is a Montreal-based journalist, community organizer and musician.

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