Casa Fluminense provides social and ancestral technology developed by the population to combat environmental racism in the state
Coordinated by Casa Fluminense, the “Guide for Climate Justice: social and ancestral technology to combat environmental racism in the metropolitan region of Rio” is now available free for download. The publication seeks to systematize the experiences employed in the neighborhoods, favelas and peripheral regions that are ignored by the government in combating climate disasters through adaptation and/or mitigation strategies. The 15 listed social and ancestral technologies tell incredible stories of resilience, innovation and combating the neglect experienced by vulnerable populations. It is well worth reading.