Moving towards Transformative Climate Justice: What needs to be done?

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jan 09, 2021 | Institute for Development Studies, Peter Newell, Shilpi Srivastava, Lars Otto Naess et al

Climate justice is understood in many ways and reflects that the causes and effects of climate change, and of efforts to tackle it, raise ethical, equity, and rights issues. In this opinion piece by the Institute for Development Studies, Peter Newell, Shilpi Srivastava, Lars Otto Naess et al identify three key entry points for transformative approaches in research into climate justice: Deepening governance; making climate justice inclusive; and deepening climate justice. They conclude that the pursuit of climate justice should not be isolated from the pursuit of food, energy, and water justice, also, in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals.


https://www.ids.ac.uk/opinions/moving-towards-transformative-climate-justice-what-needs-to-be-done/

 

Share |
print button Print
Related Articles:

Members Online
There are 17 guests online

updating...

Popular Articles

Popular Videos














CNN World News

 

Al Jazeera World News

 

BBC World News