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Inclusive & Intersectional
We call for representative climate action in Malaysia by empowering vulnerable groups and communities; youth, women, and the marginalised. A rise in temperature above 1.5°C would threaten Malaysia's social and economic security, and we would face an existential crisis. The climate crisis is a gender injustice issue and a human rights crisis
Serious Political Will
We demand serious political will in climate change policies that are based on principles of peace, equity and democracy. Politicians must take a serious stand against the climate crisis. Ecological and climate breakdown must be answered. We call on the Malaysian government to declare "Climate Emergency" to accelerate social and economic reforms that thrive on the fundamentals of regenerative development and climate-resilience
The Right to Climate Information
Everyone deserves to be informed, regardless of their race, gender, age, language, citizenship status, education and economic background
WHO IS KAMY
KAMY is a climate justice and feminist organisation led by young people to push for the climate emergency declaration in Malaysia.
KAMY adopts a feminist lens and human rights mechanism as a guiding principle.
KAMY demands 13 fundamental changes that are important in building climate strategies for equitable systemic change and transformation.
5 Focus Areas to achieve KAMY's mission
KAMY ON MEDIUM
Starting in 2022, all posts and articles uploaded on the KAMY's website Blog will be migrated to the Medium platform. Access posts and articles from the year 2021
Browse the full collection of writings and articles from our organisation.
Read the latest climate report from KAMY. The Climate and Energy Transition (CET) report can be read here
Human Rights Report 2022 SUARAM
Chapter 10 is authored by KAMY on environmental rights in Malaysia with a focus on the climate emergency
Since April 2019, we have undertaken various strategies at the grassroots to empower communities through bilingual advocacy, climate protests, capacity building workshops and community awareness programs to reach a wider demographic. We need to bring the intersectionality agenda; justice and human rights.
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