July 2, 2020
This latest report, from UK think tank the Institute of Development Studies looks at understanding climate justice.
Differences in the understanding of climate justice matter because they have serious implications for those countries, regions and communities on the front line of the impacts of climate change and are increasingly apparent in efforts to accelerate decarbonisation. Given the closing window for effective responses to avoid the worst effects of climate change, we have to work with the institutions, policy processes, and economies we currently have to secure the best outcomes possible, while simultaneously advocating for and building alternatives that address deeper structural concerns. Towards this end, we suggest that transformative climate justice is a useful concept to focus attention on the need to disrupt power relations and shift decision-making processes which lock in and reproduce climate injustices.Read Full Report
This event, hosted by UK think tank IIED, discusses how the Glasgow-Sharm-el Sheikh work programme on the Global Goal on Adaptation…More Info
This event, hosted by UK think tank IIED, discusses a new report detailing the extent and impact of climate change…More Info
By Larry Attree; Teresa Dumasy; Julian EganRead more