Moderated by Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli, King’s College London
This panel asks what it takes to build and strengthen powerful grassroots movements for environmental justice. It explores the ways in which these movements can interact with political processes and policy making at the global, national and local levels and the way in which greater public empowerment and participation in decision-making can be promoted.
Augustine B Njamnshi, Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme, Cameroon
Catherine Howarth, ShareAction
Larry Lohmann, The Corner House