Conceivable Futures: Climate and reproductive rights

1 Mins read

There is no denying that the climate crisis and environmental issues lie at the core of this generation’s discussions. There are many different initiatives and everyone has surely heard of at least one.

However, the intersection between the climate crisis and reproductive issues is often overlooked or even ignored. At Conceivable Futures, co-founders Josephine Ferorelli and Meghan Kallman consider the climate crisis to be a reproductive rights crisis.

They have created a network were they get people together and gather testimonies to encourage others to actively participate in dismantling the systems that perpetuate climate change, particularly the fossil fuel industry.

Josephine Ferorelli explains it all on this audio piece, alongside climate activists Don Addu and Katie Rose and the author of Mothering in a climate change era: questions from a scared Millennial, Jade Dapher.

Josephine is a former Climate Bureau editor at Occupy and a climate justice activist. You can read her writings about yoga, dharma, art and the climate crisis at Grand Gather.


Music by Judson Clairborne, available on Youtube
Podcast produced and presented by Anmy Pazos Martinez

Related posts

From Camden Market to the Vintage Showroom

1 Mins read
The vintage showroom remains one of the leading resources for vintage menswear globally with an extensive, curated archive that continues to develop and grow.

Zizi & Me: Putting AI and real-life drag queens on stage together

1 Mins read
Zizi & Me, created by Jake Elwes, is a double act between ‘Me The Drag Queen’ and a deepfake (AI) clone. So what can AI teach us about drag, what drag can teach us about AI, and could AI replace drag performance?

Could more black businesswomen reduce toxic chemicals in hair products?

1 Mins read
The Afro haircare industry generates £88 billion in the UK, but Black business only accounts for 5% of the industry. Is there a link between the prevalence of harmful chemicals in these products and the lack of Black businesswomen?