Climas de Desigualdad

Este proyecto resulta de una colaboración entre más de 500 estudiantes, educadores y activistas en justicia ambiental en más de 20 ciudades.

La crisis climática no es nada nuevo para aquellas personas que se ven más gravemente afectadas: comunidades indígenas, gente de color y personas de bajos ingresos. Es una continuación de los desproporcionados daños ambientales que estos grupos han resistido durante generaciones.

Ayudemos a compartir las historias que relatan las comunidades de primera línea acerca de su lucha contra el racismo ambiental. Al crear una conciencia global sobre dicho pasado, podremos trazar soluciones equitativas y justas que recuerdan, y rectifican, los daños cometidos.

Socios

Socios de The Bahamas
University of The Bahamas
Socios de Mexico City, Mexico
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Cuajimalpa CIUDADania19s
Socios de Phoenix, AZ, and the Colorado River Basin
Arizona State University Arizona Historical Society
Socios de Newark, NJ (Alternative Futures)
The New School Ironbound Community Corporation (ICC)
Socios de Magdalena River, Colombia
Universidad de los Andes and Universidad del Rosario Acopesca, Asopein, Asopesarhon, Asapevema, Asopestol, Fuentemar, Famipez, Fepescarmar, and other riverside communities
Socios de Durham, NC
Duke University Duke Campus Farm Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute Pauli Murray Project and the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice
Socios de Greensboro and Princeville, NC
University of North Carolina Greensboro FaithAction International House The Town of Princeville
Socios de Twin Cities, Minnesota
University of Minnesota Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy (CEED) Bell Museum of Natural History
Socios de Indianapolis, IN
Indiana University IUPUI Kheprw Institute Indianapolis Public Library-Central Library
Socios de Mayagüez, PR
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Fundación Surfrider Rincón Fundación de Culebra Sandra Farms
Socios de Chicago, IL
University of Illinois at Chicago Alianza Americas Montgomery Ward Art Gallery at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Socios de Ringwood, NJ
Rutgers University–New Brunswick Department of Landscape Architecture The Turtle Clan of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation Newark Public Library
Socios de Philadelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania Eastwick Friends and Neighbors Coalition John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge
Socios de Oxnard and San Fernando, CA
California State University, Northridge and University of California, Santa Barbara Padres Pioneros/Parent Pioneers
Socios de New Orleans, LA
University of New Orleans The Louisiana Bucket Brigade Hidden History New Orleans People's Assembly 5 Press Gallery, NOCCA Institute
Socios de Albany, NY
Skidmore College Sheridan Hollow Alliance for Renewable Energy (SHARE) Stage 1 Gallery
Socios de Miami, FL
Florida International University Catalyst Miami WeCount!
Socios de Newark, NJ (Building Resistance)
Rutgers University-Newark Ironbound Community Corporation (ICC) Hahne & Co Building Atrium
Socios de Providence, RI (Pageacoag)
Brown University Tomaquag Museum URI Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery
Socios de New Brunswick, NJ
Rutgers University-New Brunswick Department of History New Labor Zimmerli Art Museum and Alexander Library
Socios de Milwaukee, WI
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peace Garden Project MKE Nurturing Diversity Partners Southeast Asian Educational Development Inc. Mobile Design Box
Socios de Springfield, MA
University of Massachusetts, Amherst Neighbor to Neighbor Arise for Social Justice Springfield Climate Justice Coalition
Socios de Los Angeles and the Inland Empire, CA
University of California, Riverside Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice (CCAEJ) East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice Warehouse Worker Resource Center (WWRC)

¿Qué pasa con este mapa?

En este mapa el tamaño de cada país refleja su nivel relativo de emisiones de CO por consumo energético entre 1850 y 2011. Las emisiones históricas (o “acumuladas”) siguen siendo pertinentes ya que el CO puede permanecer en el aire durante siglos. Europa y los EE.UU. dominan por haber liberado la mitad de todo el CO jamás emitido.

CarbonMap.org by Kiln.digital

Equipo

Humanities Action Lab Hub Staff

Liz Sevcenko
Founder and Director
Margie Weinstein, Ph.D.
Associate Director
Aleia Brown, Ph.D.
Program Manager, 2017-19
Sydney Johnson
Graduate Research Assistant
Rafael Osorio
Graduate Research Assistant
Kristyn Scorsone
Graduate Research Assistant
Nabeehah Sivanesan
Administrative Manager

Consejeros

Ana Baptista
Assistant Professor of Professional Practice & Chair of Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Program
The New School
Tamara Butler
Assistant Professor of Critical Literacies, Department of English and African American & African Studies
Michigan State University
Michelle Garvey
Teaching Specialist in Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies and Sustainability Studies
University of Minnesota
Maria Lopez-Nuñez
Director of Environmental Justice and Community Development
Ironbound Community Corporation
Neil Maher
Assistant Professor, Federated Department of History
New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-Newark
Julie K. Maldonado
Director of Research
Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network (LiKEN)
Chief Vincent Mann
Turtle Clan of the Ramapough Lenape Nation
Melissa Miles
Environmental Justice Manager
Ironbound Community Corporation
Esme Murdock
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
San Diego State University
Suzanne Pierre
UC President's Postdoctoral Fellow
University of California, Berkeley
Rajiv Sicora
Senior Manager of Research and US Programming
The Leap

Financiadores

Climas de desigualdad es posible gracias al generoso apoyo de la Escuela de Artes y Ciencias de la Universidad de Rutgers-Newark; los socios universitarios del Humanities Action Lab y sus financiadores locales; y Express Newark.