Hailey believes youth and women inclusion are necessary to foster a meaningful climate adaptation and resilience implementations across all communities.
Hailey Tan is an environmental activist that actively advocates for a change in climate policies. She is the vice chairman of Klima Action Malaysia (KAMY), a non-governmental organization (NGO) that not only tackles issues on climate crisis but also gives voices and enlightens the vulnerable groups in Malaysia. A feminist at heart, she believes youth and women inclusion are necessary to foster a meaningful climate adaptation and resilience implementations across all communities. She is also a PR coordinator for Weaving Hopes for the Future which amplifies the voices and realities of Peninsular Malaysia’s Indigenous People that are often underrepresented in the climate justice movement.
At Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Press Conference, she urged people to speak up against multi corporations’ severe exploitation of fossil resources and workers, and demand that Most Affected People and Areas (Mapa) countries’ voices to be taken seriously especially during climate negotiation process occurring through the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).