Climate justice is the fulfillment of human rights in the face of climate change. It is a process of addressing the climate crisis as a human rights crisis and using the court of law to hold corporations and governments accountable.
Which human rights are most affected by climate change?
The inequality and discrimination experienced by marginalised girls and young women are amplified by climate change.
Climate change creates a new migration crisis for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh, a densely populated, riverine South Asian nation, has always survived its share of tropical storms, flooding, and other natural disasters.