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Learning in the open

This post is part of the Green Web Fellowship. Fellows are exploring the intersection of digital rights and climate justice; and are reflecting honestly on what they learn. More about the fellowship and the fellows.

Reading essentials on climate action 📚

We asked our Green Web Fellows and the participants of the Open Climate Fellowship about their recommended readings on climate action — this is what they’ve said.

Cross-pollination between two fellowships

Two weeks ago, we ran a cross-pollination session with our Green Web fellows and the participants of the first Open Climate fellowship. The Open Climate fellowship is an initiative to develop a network of Open Climate practitioners working across all facets of the open and climate movement to advance climate justice with an open lens. 

Both the program manager of the Open Climate fellowship, Andres Colmenares, and me, were keen to connect the fellows and their work, because we saw some exciting intersections. By hosting this session, we managed to open up our fellowship cohorts and facilitate cross-learning.

In the session, we asked the fellows which books they would recommend to someone interested in taking climate action, and created a reading list of essentials. We think that this is worth to share, because there were a lot of exciting books recommended.

You can find the full list in our open Green Web Library.

You can find more about the Open Climate fellows here. And about our Green Web fellows here.

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