Zoe Cina-Sklar

Climate Justice Campaigner, Amazon Watch

Zoë Cina-Sklar is passionate about fighting the expansion of the fossil fuel infrastructure and creating a just transition to a clean and equitable economy. During college, she lived in Ecuador and participated in the youth-led YASunidos movement against oil extraction in Yasuní National Park. Prior to joining Amazon Watch, she also worked in Philadelphia as a campaign organizer.

Outside of work she organizes with the Bay Area chapters of Sunrise Movement and If Not Now.

Podcast Guest Appearances

Carbon Offsets: Privileged Pollution?

A carbon offset is a credit – a way to offset a unit of pollution created in one place by, say, planting a tree, or otherwise sequestering carbon, somewhere else. But in the race to bring carbon emissions to zero, are offsets a legitimate tool, or a delusion that allows heavy emitters a way out of taking real action?