Linking Climate History and Climate Justice
The deepening climate crisis continues to raise urgent questions about the relationship of scholarship on the historical sources of the crisis to strategies of climate justice for addressing the crisis.
To explore some of these questions, the Stanford Environmental and Climate History Workshop is delighted to welcome Andreas Malm on Thursday, September 22, noon Pacific over Zoom. Malm is a scholar of climate history, empire, and capitalism as well as an activist focused on issues of environmental and climate justice. Our conversation will focus on Malm's 2021 book How To Blow Up a Pipeline, which links climate history scholarship and the practice of climate justice activism.
RSVP for the event here to receive Zoom details on the event and to propose questions for an hour of conversation with Malm. Please share this event widely with any colleagues or communities on campus you think would be interested in this event. Send any questions about this event to SECH co-lead, Paul Nauert (nauert [at] stanford.edu).