Bridging the Gap Between Climate Change, Resource Scarcity and Social Justice- The Future Roles of Civil Society Associations
Author: New Economics Foundation
Climate change and resource scarcity have always been issues of social justice – the people likely to feel their effects more markedly and are likely to be people already suffering some form of deprivation. This report, written by the new economics foundation, maps out the challenges facing civil society associations over the next 30 years; explores the interplay between social justice, resource scarcity and climate change in the UK and Ireland; identifies how civil society associations are addressing climate justice; and puts forward a number of recommendations for the future role of civil society associations in achieving a rapid and just transition.
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