On the Frontlines of the Climate Emergency: Where Immigrants Meet Climate Change
“On the Frontlines of the Climate Emergency: Where Immigrants Meet Climate Change“ was researched and written by Nancy Youman, and edited by Daranee Petsod.
Commissioned by Unbound Philanthropy, this report seeks to inspire justice-oriented funders to invest at the nexus of the climate and immigrant justice movements, with a particular eye to the unique vulnerabilities and contributions of immigrants. Philanthropic investment at this pivotal juncture would help build a healthy and collaborative ecosystem across movements and is both a moral and strategic priority. This can enable forward planning of legal pathways for people who lose their homes; protections and opportunities for workers and communities who are striving to build resilience; and the power to win and implement urgent, equitable, and effective responses to climate challenges.
Date: December 2021