As the climate crisis continues to escalate and governments show few signs of responding with the urgency or at the scale required, trade unions at both national and branch level have a key role to play in environmental nonviolent activism. Whether through holding companies to account, supporting wider activism and campaigning, or providing a space for political education and discussion, they can utilise their existing power in pursuit of environmental aims. And by clearly illustrating the interconnectedness of the climate cause and that of workers’ rights and conditions, they can build further ...


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