Social development specialist Amílcar Sanatan wants people to consider radical politics as a transformational tool to reducing social inequalities.  ...

In partnership with Open Society Foundations, we're excited for you to meet our 15 Caribbean climate justice journalism fellows. ...

Climate justice is the anchor of any discussion or action to address loss and damage (L&D). With every typhoon, drought, or other hazard that hits our nation, it is always the poorest and most vulnerable peoples who experience its gravest ...

Join our Caribbean Climate Justice Journalism Fellowship to learn and publish stories about the search for solutions that deal with the core causes of climate change while addressing a wide range of social, racial, and environmental injustices that exist. ...

On November 13, Greta Thumberg wrote on her Twitter account: “# COP26 is over: Here’s a short summary: blah, blah, blah. The actual work continues outside of these aisles. We will never give up, ever.” The words of the Swedish activist constitute a ...

In Assam, India, a group of climate vulnerable women are being targeted under a new two-child policy, threatening their health access. ...

A drafting panel of 12 legal experts from across legal jurisdictions released this week a “historic” proposal for a legal definition of “ecocide”, which could inspire new environmental legislation and liability regimes. The announcement marks the culmination of years of ...

Leaders from the world's richest nations failed to provide a clear signal on climate justice after the G7 summit. ...

For the first time ever, world leaders at the G7 summit will discuss climate justice for developing countries. ...

Dalit Indians are among the least to blame for climate change, but being marginalized they disproportionately suffer its impacts ...