In the Philippines, SENTRO, a national trade union centre, are collaborating with workers in the garment sector, fishing sector and informal workers to increase their understanding of the climate crisis and how it impacts on their work.
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA has launched an appeal to support its climate justice work in Nepal, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and India.
Climate change impacts all workers. Limiting global warming to 1.5°C will make a tangible difference. Here are five reasons why 1.5°C is trade union business!
CoPower members show solidarity through credits to support energy democracy projects in communities on the frontline of the COVID-19 economic crisis.
“Global justice is a process of both identifying problems and a system, and building the campaigns and political movements that can unite people within countries but also across countries.”