Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics

From Climate Noise to Climate Communications: Centreing Climate Justice in an Age of Covid-19

Thursday 9 July,  3-5pm BST

In this interactive online session, Suzanne Dhaliwal will share an overview of her practice and research as a climate justice organiser and producer, as part of her Visiting Fellowship at the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics at University of Brighton

In this session, participants will explore how White Supremacy in media production and campaigning impacts climate campaigning. In light of COVID-19 the session will also explore how the digitization of movements are increasing the digital divide in climate campaigning and also creating the space for new possibilities for global organising and collaboration.

Prior to the session, participants will receive materials for reflection and support participation in the discussion. 

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Biography – Suzanne Dhaliwal is a prominent climate justice creative and activist, and is Co-founder & Director of UK Tar Sands Network. Suzanne has appeared as a guest writer and speaker in major newspapers, on radio, television and performed lectures across the UK, EU & North America. She is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics at the University of Brighton.

Find out more about Suzanne’s work here:


Julie Doyle • June 25, 2020

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