Jun 22, 2022
Clayton Thomas-Müller has spent decades fighting for justice and climate action as an organizer, facilitator, public speaker and writer on environmental and economic justice. In his powerful new memoir, Life in the City of Dirty Water: A memoir of healing, he details the life he experienced that inspired him to take such action and what inspires him to fight now. This week, he joins us on the show to talk about his career in environmental justice and climate action, how raising kids has informed his own work, and what he has seen succeed and fail in the climate movement, and what he hopes to do in his role as a Senior Campaign Specialist with 350 Canada.
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