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Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice
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List of Contributors

Acknowledgements

1. Introduction: Justice in the Era of Climate Change

  1. Tahseen Jafry, Michael Mikulewicz and Karin Helwig

    Part I Theories of Climate Justice

2. On the evolution and continuing development of the climate justice movement

  1. Brian Tokar
3. On inquiry into climate justice
  1. Idil Boran
4. Fact-insensitive thought experiments in climate ethics: Exemplified by Parfit's non-identity problem
  1. Joerg Tremmel
5. A Narrative Account of Temporality in Climate Justice
  1. Nejma Tamoudi and Michael Reder Part II Climate Justice Governance, Policy and Litigation
6. Global political processes and the Paris Agreement: A case of advancement or retreat of climate justice?
  1. Susan P. Murphy
7. Statehood in an Era of Sinking Islands
  1. Tom Sparks
8. Reimagining development practice: Mainstreaming justice into planning frameworks
  1. Ritwika Basu and Amir Bezaz
9. Climate Justice in the UK: Reconciling climate change and equity issues in policy and practice in a developed country context
  1. Katharine Knox
10. Equity and justice in climate change law and policy: A role for benefit-sharing
  1. Annalisa Savaresi and Kim Bouwer
11. Leading from the Bench: The role of judges in advancing climate justice, and lessons from South Asia
  1. Emeline Pluchon Part III Climate Justice, Finance and Business
12. Climate finance: Moral theory and political practice
  1. Alexandre Gajevic Sayegh
13. The inter-relationship between climate finance and climate justice in the UNFCCC
  1. Tessa Sheridan and Tahseen Jafry
14. Carbon pricing and climate justice: design elements for effective, efficient and equitable greenhouse gas emissions reductions
  1. Edward Cameron
15. Sharing the burden of climate change via climate finance and business models
  1. Emilie Prattico Part IV Just Transition
16. From the dirty past to the clean future: Addressing historic energy injustices with a just transition to a low-carbon future
  1. J. Mijin Cha
17. Just Energy? Structures of energy (In)justice and the Indonesian coal sector Anna Funfgeld 18. Climate technology and climate justice: energy transitions in Germany, India and Australia
  1. James Goodman, Devleena Ghosh and Tom Morton
19. Big Oil's duty of disgorging funds in the context of climate change
  1. Marco Grasso
20. Climate Justice and REDD+: A multiscalar examination of the Norwegian-Ethiopian Partnership
  1. David Brown Part V Urban Climate Justice
21. The Climate-Just City
  1. Wendy Steele, Jean Hillier, Donna Houston, Jason Byrne and Diana MacCallum
22. Configuring climate responsibility in the city: Carbon footprints and climate justice in Hong Kong
  1. Sara Fuller
23. The shifting geographies of climate change justice: Mobile vulnerabilities in and across Indian cities
  1. Eric Chu and Kavya Michael
24. Fair for whom? How residents and municipalities evaluate sea-level rise policies in Botany Bay, Australia
  1. Anne Maree Kreller and Sonia Graham
25. Thermal inequity: The relationship between urban structure and social disparities in an era of climate change
  1. Bruce C. Mitchell and Jayajit Chakraborty Part VI Climate Justice and Gender
26. Climate justice, gender and intersectionality
  1. Patricia E. Perkins
27. "No climate justice without gender justice": explorations of the intersections between gender and climate injustices in climate adaptation actions in the Philippines
  1. Roa Petra Crease, Meg Parsons and Karen Toni Fisher
28. Achieving climate justice through gender mainstreaming climate change adaptation? A multiscale analysis from the Lower Shire Valley, Malawi
  1. Jane Maher
29. Inclusive climate governance in Southeast Asia: Lessons learned from gender-responsive climate mitigation
  1. So-Young Lee and Eric Zusman Part VII Climate Justice Movements and Struggles
30. "Climate change is about us": The NAACP, fence-line communities, and the grounding of climate justice
  1. Brandon Derman
31. Mother Earth and climate justice: Indigenous peoples' perspectives of an alternative development paradigm
  1. Alan Jarandilla Nunez
32. Negotiating climate Justice at the subnational scale: Challenges and collaborations between indigenous peoples and governments
  1. Colleen Scanlan Lyons, Maria DiGiano, Jason Gray, Javier Kinney, Magaly Medeiros, Francisca Oliveira de Lima Costa and Francisca Arara
33. Understanding the crises, uncovering the root causes, and envisioning the world(s) we want: Conversations with the anti-pipeline movements in Canada
  1. Jen Gobby and Kristian Gareau Part VIII Emerging Areas in Climate Justice
34. Beyond the academy: Reflecting on public engagement about climate justice
  1. Sonja Klinsky
35. Climate migration: The emerging need for a human centred approach
  1. Sennan Mattar and Enyinnaya Mbakwem
36. Climate justice education: From social movement learning to schooling
  1. Callum McGregor, Eurig Scandrett, Beth Christie and Jim Crowther
37. Transformative approaches to address climate change and achieve climate justice
  1. Dunja Krause
38. Conclusion Tahseen Jafry Index

About the Author

Tahseen Jafry is a Professor at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), Scotland, UK and the Director of GCU's Centre for Climate Justice.

Reviews

"This Handbook is a timely and significant contribution to the growing body of academic literature on climate justice. It comes at a critical turning point in UNFCCC climate negotiations with the imminent review of the Paris Agreement. It is an excellent knowledge resource bound to be of particular interest to academics, practitioners and students engaged in the field of climate change and climate justice." -- Mary Robinson, President, Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice

"Climate justice names the central problem - and solution - for this century and beyond. In this collection, you will learn why this is and, in these still-early stages of thinking and CJ movement-building, which debates are raging." -- Patrick Bond, Distinguished Professor of Political Economy, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

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