Ripe for Creative Disruption: An Environmental Justice Movement Fellowship

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Ripe for Creative Disruption: An Environmental Justice Movement Fellowship
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In coordination with Environmental Justice (EJ) leaders from across the country, The New School is launching Ripe for Creative Disruption: An Environmental Justice Movement Fellowship (EJMF). The unprecedented speed, magnitude, and impact of climate change requires redesigning our global economic, social, and political systems. Incremental, reformist climate change responses have been ineffective. What the world needs now are solutions that transform the extractive systems that cause environmental harm. The EJ Movement’s critique of political, social, and economic systems and focus on frontline solutions for those most vulnerable to climate change make it prime to disrupt the status quo and advance transformative climate solutions.

The fellowship is a 2 year experience made up of four 6-month phases. Fellows will participate in a combination of virtual and in-person retreats, group coaching sessions, and ideation to scaling project phases.

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