Climate Justice
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Climate Justice


Climate change, caused by human activity, is threatening the lives and livelihoods of billions of people and the existence of millions of species. Tackling climate change is a matter of social justice requiring urgent and radical action. This page contains resources, facts and articles intended to communicate environmental concerns, share knowledge, and advocate action. As Indian environmental activist and eco-feminist Vandana Shiva has pointed out, ‘There can be no ecological security without climate justice. Equity is a precondition for sustainability. We will live together or die together.’


The following short video explores the links between hunger, nutrition and climate change. It was produced by Irish Aid, the Irish Government’s programme for overseas development assistance.



The articles here appeared in the 2/2009 issue of WACC’s international quarterly journal Media Development on ‘Environmental Communication’.



Articles and Factual Information

WACC’s Annual Report 2023 “Communication Justice for All” showcases the organization’s collective work last year to speak up for and advance just, inclusive, and community-led communication worldwide.“WACC believes in communication...

Indigenous peoples are “not mere victims of climate change,” asserts researcher and conservation biologist Gleb Raygorodetsky in Why traditional knowledge holds the key to climate change, one of the articles in the latest issue of Media Development, WACC Global’s international quarterly journal. The issue explores the theme, Traditional Knowledge and Climate Change: Bridging the Gap.

Wind power is one of the fastest growing sources of energy in the world. The wind power industry creates new jobs, offsets emissions from fossil fuel-fired power plants, and enhances security...