Climate justice is a rapidly growing field of critical enquiry which concentrates on the social dimensions of climate change, including the unequal nature of its physical, socio-economic and political impacts and humanity’s responses to them. From the stark warnings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to the direct action protests of Extinction Rebellion, there is growing interest in the study of the global inequalities of climate change.
Routledge Studies in Climate Justice will comprise monographs and edited collections addressing cutting-edge questions in the growing field of climate justice. Contributions will be sought on a range of topics, including climate justice and international development, intersectionality and climate inequality, climate governance and policy, gender and climate change, climate migration and displacement, health and well-being, climate justice activism, pedagogy and participation, and urban climate justice.
Series Editor: Tahseen Jafry is Professor of Climate Justice and Director of The Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please contact Annabelle Harris, Editor for Environment and Sustainability: [email protected]
Michael Mikulewicz is a Research Fellow at The Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Harriet Ingle is a Researcher at The Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Sennan Matter is a Researcher at The Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Neil James Crawford is a Researcher at The Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University.
By Angela Kallhoff
May 19, 2021
This book develops a theory of climate cooperation designed for concerted action, which emphasises the role and function of collectives in achieving shared climate goals. In debates on climate change action, research focuses on three major goals: on mitigation, on adaptation and on transformation....