The Indypendent » Fighting for Climate Justice in South Africa: An Interview with Trevor Ngwane
Trevor Ngwane is a long time South African activist and organizer. He currently serves as the national organizer of the Million Climate Jobs Campaign and is a Masters student at the University of KwaZulu Natal’s Centre for Civil Society. He was formerly a trade union organizer and led the Anti-Privatisation Forum and Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee. He is currently participating in events at the people’s space organized in Durban to mobilize civil society action for climate justice during COP 17.