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Author: Tammy Gan

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Tammy (she/her) is an activist-in-progress and digital creator and communicator, based in sunny, tropical Singapore. Her mission is three-fold: (1) to make climate justice activism and theory more accessible; (2) to create digital and physical community and learning spaces towards a more just, regenerative, and loving world within our current one; (3) and to mobilise the best parts of social media in service of all this.

This article is co-authored by Tammy Gan and Kylie Flanagan. Kylie (she/her) is a climate change mitigation and resilience strategist, educator, and writer. Based on unceded Coast Miwok lands in so-called California, United States, Kylie helps to run a small, Bay

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