The Worker Solidarity Network is hosting a virtual event to proclaim the upcoming report launch on the results from our first ever Climate and Labour Project.
Join us for a presentation on May 11th at noon PDT to learn about the report titled “Can’t Stand the Heat? Get Out of the Kitchen”, which explores the intersection between labour justice and climate justice. This past year, the Worker Solidarity Network has been engaging with low-wage food service workers with the goal of better understanding how extreme weather events impact standards and conditions at work.
Our presentation will outline the major findings from our climate-labour project which include information about precarious employment, prominent concerns from food service workers, collective worker efforts to mitigate harm, and recommendations necessary to ensure a safer and equitable planet for all.
The event will be facilitated by Pamela, and Jen will provide some key insights and summary of the report. Following that we will have other speakers TBD.
See you soon! Register here
Read our Climate & Labour report here