New issue of the Mausam newsletter from India: talking climate in public space
The India Climate Justice collective has published the third issue of the Mausam magazine aiming to facilitate constructive and creative debates on climate issues. It attempts to connect these issues to local struggles over natural resources, fossil fuel extraction, lands, livelihoods and food sovereignty. The magazine reports on how environmental regulations and legislation have been dismantled by the current government; how communities are already struggling with the realities of a climate-changed world; how India’s REDD+ strategy has at its core the reliance on money coming from carbon markets, which may trickle down to the people who depend on forests; how the climate negotiations affect India; among others.
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