The People’s Health Hearing sought to bear witness to the public health impacts of extractive industries and created a space to connect people’s struggles, and set out a vision for intersectional, transformative climate justice. It became a space for movement building, connecting health and climate activists across the world and laying the roots for ongoing organising.

During the hearing we heard from people and communities at the frontlines of extractivism who shared testimonies of how these industries are devastating people’s health, stories of hope, and how communities are resisting. 

Weaving together the testimonies, the hearing will closed with reflections from Listeners, who brought in their own experiences of resistance and organising as part of the wider health and climate justice movements.