Labor Fightback Conference

Environmental Caucus Report to the Second Labor Fightback Conference

New Brunswick, NJ, May 15–17, 2015
Chair: Eduardo Rosario

The Environmental Caucus convened on Saturday, May 16, 2015, for the purpose of discussing the current realities regarding global warming and the obstacles within the labor movement on the question of climate change. The following points were arrived by consensus as recommendations for adoption by the Labor Fightback Conference 2015:

Education and Direct Action
Education and direct action was felt to be imperative in order to address a number of obstacles as well as misinformation regarding climate change and environmental sustainability within the labor movement and community at-large.