Women must engage in planning the transition to a low-carbon and sustainable economy and take it as an opportunity to address existing inequalities, secure rights at work and advance women’s empowerment. Just Transition can serve as a vehicle to further gender equality.
Organizing is the process of putting together like-minded individuals in a community to take on the work of campaigning for a coal-free future. A very important aspect of organizing is capacity building by trainings.
The capacity to pay it forward is one of the best acts of solidarity between those who are facing the disastrous impacts of the new reality of climate change. It shows triumph over tragedy and enables us to show that a fossil free world is doable and that technology is already available and can be controlled by communities who look after the interest of the common good.