Frequently Asked Questions
We support climate justice activists from all over the world whose rights, physical well-being and livelihoods are being threatened.
The term climate justice activist includes youth and elder organizers for climate justice and environmental defenders on all levels. This includes indigenous communities, movements or registered organisations for climate justice, and movements organising protests or climate education in MAPA (Most Affected People and Areas). A movement is any group of people working together to overcome a social or environmental problem. As climate justice has no universal definition, it is interpreted in each country’s individual context, but always includes a structural approach to problems to bring long-term change.
CAD’s goal is to provide support for climate justice activists in regions where climate activism is criminalised or dangerous. Unfortunately, we don’t have the capacity to support members of civil society and other activists outside of the climate movement, but try our best to redirect every request we get to other organisations involved in these areas.
No, CAD was born out from Fridays For Future and co-founded by Fridays For Future activists but since April 2022, CAD is not part of FFF movement and became an independent organisation.
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