Contours of Climate Justice
This publication aims to contribute to a more sophisticated understanding of the emerging climate justice movement and to create resonances between different perspectives and spheres of engagement. The activities around the COP 15 in Copenhagen are a starting point in the creation of such a broad movement
Radical climate change politics in Copenhagen and beyond: From criticism to action?
Ulrich Brand, Nicola Bullard, Edgardo Lander and Tadzio Mueller
Part 1: How did we get here in the first place?
A feminist critique of the climate change discourse. From biopolitics to necropolitics?
Kyoto ́s ‘flexible mechanisms’ and the right to pollute the air
Climate change and capitalism’s ecological fi x in Latin America
The deadly triad: Climate change, free trade and capitalism
Part 2 : Wrong turns, dead-ends and cross-roads
Green capitalism and the climate: It’s economic growth, stupid!
Tadzio Mueller and Alexis Passadakis
Fixing the world’s climate ‘foodprint’
Anne Laure Constantin
The right to the city – energy and climate change
Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin
Part 3 : Mapping (and walking) the terrain of climate justice
Climate justice in the US
Climate change and human rights
Energy, crisis and world-wide production relations
Degrowth, or deconstruction of the economy: Towards a sustainable world
The rights of nature, new forms of citizenship and the Good Life
– Echoes of the Constitución de Montecristi in Ecuador