Energy, democracy, and unions: A discussion on the parallels of climate justice and union organizing

Abstract

Join us as we go live with guests from Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED), OrganizeUW, and Fossil Free UW (FFUW) to talk about the parallels, collaboration possibilities, and intersections among/between the climate and organized labour movements, especially how grassroots local union members have increasingly used their democratic labour power to further the cause of climate justice in concrete ways.

Date
Feb 10, 2021 5:00 PM
Event
Live event with Organize UW
Location
Online webinar

Click to view the recorded webinar directly on YouTube.

Speakers:

  • Moderated by Sophia Sanniti, OrganizeUW & PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Environment at UWaterloo
  • Lesley Johnston, Fossil Free UW (FFUW)
  • John Treat, Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED)
Committee to Organize uWaterloo
Committee to Organize uWaterloo
supported by CUPE

The Committee to Organize uWaterloo is a grassroots campaign to unionize the academic workers at the University of Waterloo. The campaign is supported by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Canada's largest union.

Related