2022 – Jenalee Kluttz, Climate and Environmental Justice Fellow, Sustainability Hub, University of British Columbia
This toolkit is designed for a broad range of institutions and organizations as they work to advance their own efforts towards equitable and just responses to the climate emergency. The report establishes some basic Principles of Climate Justice to provide a foundation for the accompanying resources. These principles are intended to serve as a tool to inform climate emergency response.
Building from these principles, the toolkit then presents seven Areas of Action where an organization might embed climate justice in their activities. The first five areas will be applicable to a wide range of organizations and institutions, while the last two are more specifically applicable to academic institutions.
Go to Resource: Centering Justice in Climate Emergency Response: A Toolkit for Organizations