Whilst conversations around climate change and its impact are part of our everyday lives, potentially less familiar are the conversations around climate justice and the connection of the climate crisis to social, racial and environmental issues. By safeguarding the rights of the most vulnerable, climate justice seeks a human-centred approach to achieving equitable and fair solutions to the climate crisis.
Here at Griffith, Climate Justice project lead Professor Sue Harris Rimmer oversees a team of researchers who are improving climate diplomacy and helping empower impacted communities to make informed decisions and collaborate on climate solutions.
Open access and climate justice
Open for Climate Justice is the theme for this year’s International Open Access Week, 24 – 30 October. The week provides ‘an opportunity to join together, take action, and raise awareness around how open [research] enables climate justice’.
Supporting the theme, Griffith Research Online provides access to Griffith’s open research on this and many more subjects. Learn more about climate justice through these selected articles:
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