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Now more than ever, we must come together to protect our planet and people. Join us to examine some of the most dangerous greenwashing threats we face around the world, and participate in a workshop to explore how grassroots groups can fight back, and debunk corporate greenwash with our own stories, strategies and solutions for change.

We are witnessing corporate interests hijack critical climate action around the world, by co-opting key concepts, frameworks and language from our movements, often faster than we can generate them.

Traditional ecological knowledge concepts like biomimicry, strategy frameworks like a just transition, and even popular narratives like building a regenerative economy have been co-opted in recent years by big NGOs, philanthropists and academic institutions to advance neoliberal schemes like pollution trading at policy arenas like the UNFCCC.

Scores of universities, government agencies, corporations, NGOs and funders are engaged in this widespread greenwashing pandemic  – serving a colonial extractivist agenda that awards $trillions in subsidies to polluting corporations, creating structural barriers to the advancement of proven strategies and real solutions that our communities and the planet really need.

Join speakers, Dipti Bhatnagar of Friends of the Earth, Leonardo Figueroa Helland of The New School, Mike Ewall of Energy Justice Network, Nnimmo Bassey of Health of Mother Earth Foundation, Silvia Ribeiro of ETC Group, the Hoodwinked Collaborative and webinar participants to learn how corporate greenwashing is affecting communities globally and locally.

Online | Zoom
Thursday, July 21st
2:00pm ET

Online | Zoom
Thursday, July 21st
2:00pm ET

For speaker bios & further information, visit the event page below. 

This Webinar is co-hosted and organized by the Hoodwinked Collaborative and The New School.

This is the fourth panel of a series that builds on the momentum created by the most recent edition of HOODWINKED IN THE HOTHOUSE (THIRD EDITION): RESIST FALSE SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE.

This panel was preceded by three webinars. We invite you to view the recordings below.
• Hoodwinked in the Hothouse I: Examining False Corporate Schemes being advanced through the Paris Agreement
• Hoodwinked in the Hothouse Part II: Frontline Voices of Indigenous Resistance beyond Climate False Solutions
• Hoodwinked in the Hothouse III: Would Build Back Better Burn Billion$?

Hoodwinked is co-created through the contributions of the coalition of organizations that constitute the collective, listed below:

• Biofuelwatch
• Climate Justice Alliance
• Energy Justice Network
• Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives
• ETC Group
• Diablo Rising Tide
• Global Justice Ecology Project
• Indigenous Climate Action
• Indigenous Environmental Network
• Just Transition Alliance
• La Via Campesina
• Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project
• Mutual Aid Disaster Relief
• North American Megadam Resistance Alliance
• Nuclear Information and Resource Service
• Rising Tide North America
• Shaping Change Collaborative

Presented by the Milano School of Policy, Management, Environment at the Schools of Public Engagement and the coalition of organizations that constitute the ClimateFalseSolutions.Org, including Indigenous Environmental Network, Just Transition Alliance, and Climate Justice Alliance with the support and collaboration of the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Program at the Milano School and the Indigeneity, Decolonization & Just Sustainabilities Initiative of the Tishman Environment and Design Center.


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