Tackling the climate crisis is an effort that will take organization, collective willpower, and a great deal of money and resources. This begs the question–who should pay for the climate crisis? Who has paid, historically, and who is being asked to pay now? How can we use climate change to move toward a more just future? Join us for a discussion on debt and reparations in the context of climate change.


Armond Towns is an associate professor in Communication and Media Studies at Carleton University. His work brings together Black studies, cultural studies, and media philosophy.

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