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    Towards climate justice

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    Towards climate justice:
    Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]Conclusion
    Justice Food and i[...]
    [...]s of all Australians. The engagement
    of a climate justice lens enables us to consider
    how climate ch[...]
    [...]how Part 4 focuses on models for
    change from a justice perspective. Strait Islander conc[...]
    Acknowledgements
    This Climate Justice Report is the result of a collaborative endeavour between UnitingJustice Australia,
    the Sydney Social Justice Network and the Sydney Environment Institute.

    Th[...], and how can people and societies adapt
    a Social Justice Fellowship funded by the Sydney Social Justice positively to environmental change?
    Netw[...]UnitingJustice Australia is the national justice advocacy and policy
    funded by the Sydney Research[...]advocating for justice for refugees and asylum seekers, positive
    social change, by fostering a broad community of social justice[...]ence, racism, discrimination and the
    about social justice.[...]http://sydney.edu.au/arts/research/social_justice_network/
    relations, environment and culture, sust[...]ities and the natural world


    5 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]and economic disadvantage experienced as a result
    justice is a discourse that explores this imbalance of cl[...]e, culturally inappropriate medical
    in applying a justice theory to environmental activism. The study of[...]yment opportunities, restricted access to
    climate justice enables us to recognise the prevalence of inequit[...]in environmental injustice. More broadly climate justice explores[...]ity of life focussed. Caring
    increased procedural justice, mutual respect, self-determination[...]of natural
    Collins 2014).




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    resource management on their own lands can have co-[...]
    Part 1: Climate Justice
    Climate justice recognises that not all communities experience th[...]osberg & Collins 2014).

    Notions of environmental justice emerged amongst activist and Early movements for environmental justice recognised a concept of
    Indigenous groups who rec[...]our1 from decision making. For many
    environmental justice. These principles incorporated Indigenous[...]thers 2010, p. 18).
    demanded increased procedural justice, mutual respect, self­
    determination and[...]y Schlosberg and Carruthers


    9 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]The Bali Principles of Climate Justice, adopted by representatives Followi[...]ich recognises the devastating and
    justice, recognising that the impacts of climate c[...]role of historical responsibility and restorative justice, and
    The Bali principles ca[...]he world.




    10 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]climate justice sentiment:
    Emphasizing the need for urgent a[...]2006 the Uniting Church




    11 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]human, natural, social and economic
    This climate justice lens provides a basis from which to explore the[...]lure, diabetes and other




    12 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]& Minchin 2014, p. 264).




    13 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]tween +17%




    14 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]While a climate justice lens enables us to identify disadvantage,[...]most affected by climate change to procedural justice, mutual
    r[...]making that affects them. Climate justice recognises the wealth[...]Sen and Nussbaum have developed a theory of justice that
    focuses on[...]ral idea is
    The threats to the rights of that justice should not be simply considered on the basis of[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]participation. Ultimately, concepts of climate justice must address
    suited for understanding and analysing climate justice concerns[...]re
    that adaptation and the achievement of climate justice will also reclaiming their ability to re[...]luding natural and man­




    16 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]Indigenous knowledge associated with natural resource
    generations. This particular knowledge about the[...]provide intergenerational observations of natural resource[...]ificantly impacted
    traditional systems of natural resource management[...]with climate
    in the way people carry out natural resource management, and change events (Leona[...]l resources and knowledge



    17 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]Part 1: Climate Justice
    [...]Vj* Part 1: Climate Justice
    wB-mfSw vi
    Witti[...]
    [...]e (Green & Minchin 2014).



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    [...]the general population.




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    [...]he costs
    indicators of chronic stress. The Social Justice Commissioner said of and demand for health[...]rings where temperatures




    21 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]or many generations is also threatened. A climate justice their ability to respond to the challenges t[...]nvironmental management practices such as natural resource
    country (Green, King & Morrison 20[...]e, and of




    23 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]prings, has been running




    24 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]ilure to recognise Karuk




    25 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]s of farmers and farming




    26 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]s where land is not made




    28 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]gpie geese in Kakadu”.




    29 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]et al. 2009).
    about it.



    30 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]al. 2015).




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    [...]g & Carruthers 2010).

    The focus for many climate justice movements is building literature[...]struggles for rights and recognition directly to resource, land, adaptive capacity.
    and environmental cl[...]While many climate justice advocates and policy makers recognise
    These under[...]s” (Van Neervan 2015).




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    [...]self-reliance for the
    engage in effective natural resource management and decision­[...]ng (Griggs et al. 2013).




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    [...]Rights Commission 2007).




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    [...]it Islander peoples at a disadvantage.

    A climate justice lens has enabled an exploration of how affected[...]traditional
    communities are demanding procedural justice, mutual respect, homelands are utilising traditional natural resource management
    self-determination and participation i[...]rove food production and




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    [...]Strait Islander peoples.




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    [...]Bali Principles of Climate Justice 2002 viewed December 3, 2015,
    Anderson, I, Baum,[...]ork/aboriginal-and-
    torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/native-title-reports




    37 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]Islander Social Justice Commissioner, 29-30 April 2007, https://
    Brimblec[...]osingthegap.dpmc.gov.au/




    38 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]2:13, Published online.




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    [...]itute, 14-15 November 2012, Echuca, Resource Management’, viewed 4 October 2016, http://www.[...]tions
    Holt-Gimenez, E 2011 ‘Food Security, Food Justice or Food[...](19-21 July 2011) Compilation of
    Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class and Sustainability, Alkon, A,[...]118-123.



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    [...]Morales, A 2011 ‘Growing Food and Justice: dismantling racism
    Leonard, S 2015 The Mi[...]sustainable food systems’, in Cultivating Food Justice:
    Dimensions of Climate Change, viewed 8th[...]inal-health/definitions/




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    [...]it Islander people: An information paper’, justice: climate change and the discourse of environmental justice’,
    Endorsed 31 July 2000, http://www.nhmr[...]011 ‘A Continuing Legacy: Environmental Justice and Community Capabilities’, Global
    Institutional racism, hunger and nutritional justice on the Klamath’, Environmental Politics Vol[...]er 2010, pp. 12-35.
    Chapter 2 in Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class and Sustainability,[...]Vol. 104, No. 50 (Dec. 11, 2007), pp.
    and social justice’, Feminist Economics, 9(2-3), pp. 33-59.[...]country-is-like-a-body/




    42 | Towards climate justice: Decolonising adaptation to climate change[...]
    [...]definition/en/print.html




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