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Queering the Climate Movement

The fight against climate change can often seem like something taking place in the grand halls of government or in the conference suites of big business, where decisions on preserving the environment and everything that lives within it are weighted alongside profit, politics, and other narrow-minded considerations.

But as Leah Thomas notes in her book The Intersectional Environmentalist, the planet cannot be saved without uplifting the grassroots voices of those who are not being heard. The next generation of activists hoping to make meaningful, inclusive, and sustainable change comes from the communities around us.

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