climate justice

The Ethical Dimension of Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change or Sprinkling Some Fairness on a Pie of Injustice

The year 2019 has so far seen some of the largest climate protests ever in response to increasingly severe and unpredictable weather patterns. While there is a strong scientific consensus that climate change is real and man-made and the public demands that governments do more to curb greenhouse gas emissions, there are still some that…Read More

Energy Trilemm: a critical analysis

Conflict of Interests: How the Fossil Fuel Industry & Corporate Lobbyists Delay Climate Action

There is presently a crazed argument ongoing about the necessity to prevent Business and industry non-governmental organizations (BINGOs) representing Big Oil from disproportionately & wrongly manipulating, slowing and watering down climate policy and climate negotiations. OPEC countries and the fossil fuel corporates they often represent make gigantic returns from oil revenue and they employ enough…Read More

Climate Justice: From the Perspectives of Diplomacy, Science & Law

On the Urge for High Ambition to Achieve Climate Justice: From the Perspectives of Diplomacy, Science & Law

Climate justice is an ethical and political argument. It forces us to understand the challenges faced by the people and communities who are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. This is an injustice when the people who have contributed least to the roots of climate change suffer most. It can only be…Read More