Many of the world's poor are forced to weigh up the pros and cons of living in precarious geographies: Risk versus livelihood leaves many with little choice. As food and water security is increasingly endangered by climate change, Dr Abdur Rehman Cheema warns that both the rural and urban poor are sitting in harm's way.
Two anonymous employees want to see changes in their workplaces, stating, 'as organisations working in the climate change sphere we promote transformational change, but we must be more transformational ourselves.'
The most comprehensive assessment to date of the social, economic and ecological consequences of human-induced climate change was released today. Erin Nash breaks it down into what you need to know.
We spend a lot of time and energy lamenting what isn't on the agenda when it comes to poverty and development. But Weh Yeoh asks the more important question: who sets the agenda? How do those who are not in positions of power make their priorities known?
Words and knowledge are important to climate change-related social justice. Erin Nash explains how despite their different understandings of its causes, Australians and Cambodians can both benefit from accurate information about climate change to steer a more ethical course in addressing it.