The Intersectional Environmentalist

How to Dismantle Systems of Oppression to Protect People + Planet
by Leah Thomas

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From the activist who coined the term comes a primer on intersectional environmentalism for the next generation of activists looking to create meaningful, inclusive, and sustainable change. 

The Intersectional Environmentalist examines the inextricable link between environmentalism, racism, and privilege, and promotes awareness of the fundamental truth that we cannot save the planet without uplifting the voices of...
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Published By Voracious

Format Hardback

Category

Number Of Pages 208

Publication Date 03/08/2022

ISBN 9780316279291

Dimensions 5.38 inches x 7.88 inches


"The founder of Intersectional Environmentalist is building toward a greener, more equitable future by advocating for both sustainability and social justice while spotlighting communities that have been underrepresented in the space... She's aiming to set the movement on the right path with her new book, The Intersectional Environmentalist."
— instyle.com

"Too often, environmentalist proposals and platforms appear willing to sacrifice people — usually the most vulnerable — in exchange for saving the planet. Leah Thomas’ The Intersectional Environmentalist aims to fix this problem, offering philosophical defenses for protecting those affected most by climate change, as well as strategies young activists can use to turn theory into practice."
— Bustle.com

"Vital"
— The Revelator

"An overarching yet detailed introduction to intersectional environmentalism...Thomas's work is essential brain food..."
— Condé Nast Traveler

"Read this book and save the planet."
— Soho House

"An essential read, this book gives voice to a movement that will define a generation."
— Yale Climate Connections

"[The Intersectional Environmentalist] shares data in an accessible, compelling, and engaging manner, and explores a variety of topics, including ableism, veganism, green energy, representation and more. It’s dense, but not overwhelming, and it also provides a “tool kit” and a supplementary reading list, to help you expand your knowledge once you finish this book. The Intersectional Environmentalist is at once a call to action, a guide to galvanize change, and a way to empower all people towards the betterment of the planet."
— She Does the City

"The Intersectional Environmentalist is a useful start for anyone looking to get involved with or understand more about environmental justice, and who wants to learn about it through a framework that ensures the most vulnerable are centered."
— Shondaland

"Intersectionality is kind of a clunky word and the literature around it has often been quite academic. Thomas makes in understandable, and perhaps most importantly, practical...this is a book that will read well in the community, with opportunities for learning together and doing things differently."
— agreenerlifeagreenerworld.net