When environmental scientists refer to Climate Collapse or Global Heating, they are referring to the human induced warming of the earth through the burning of fossil fuels. This process is perpetuated by industrialization, agriculture, fast fashion and furniture, global trade, and so on. Today we are witnessing the Climate Collapse disproportionally affect people of color globally as most environmental policies can be tied back to racism.
Lead contamination from Exide battery recycling plant hurts working-class Latino families
Hazardous waste facilities and their connection to low-income minority families.
Air pollution in Los Angeles is regionally tied to communities of color.