Dominique Palmer’s reflections on climate wins in 2021 and the importance of revolutionary love
JoinedAugust 2, 2021
Dominique is a climate justice activist and organiser in Fridays for Future International and Climate Live. Her activism is focused on mobilising people for the climate, organising climate strikes, and various international actions and campaigns, including utilising music and creative means to outreach to people. She was noted in Forbes 2020 Top 100 UK Environmentalist List and has been featured in Dazed, the Guardian, Huffington Post, Refinery29, VICE, Bustle, and Popsugar. She is a public speaker on environmental justice that is interlinked with social issues and has spoken at events such as the UN Climate Change Conference in 2019 and the New York Times Hub on a panel at COP26 hosted by Emma Watson. She is also a student at the University of Birmingham studying Political Science and International Relations. For her, fighting for Climate Justice that benefits people and the planet is crucial. She campaigns for bold and systemic action from global leaders.
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