From October 26-29 1000 youth from across the country participated in a historic climate justice conference in Ottawa. Powershift worked to train a generation of climate justice activists to usher in a clean energy revolution.
Clayton Thomas-Muller is an indigenous and environmental justice activist. He has been organizing grassroots efforts for the last ten years and currently works with the Indigenous Environmental Network.
He spoke at the opening of Powershift 2012 about the political context of the conference.
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