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  • A new Special Rapporteur on human rights and climate change in the UN Human Rights Council.
  • An international, binding agreement on legal recognition, protection and assistance for climate refugees.
  • Greater commitment and accountability on climate change mitigation.
  • Greater support for adaptation and assistance in ‘frontline’ countries


Campaigning for environmental security and the protection of human rights.

Climate change is creating millions of environmental refugees - people forced from their homes and land by rising temperatures, sea-level change and extreme weather events. Many are among our planet's poorest and most vulnerable people. These are the first victims of our failure to prevent climate change. People who, without international help and new binding agreements on assistance, have nowhere to go and no means to survive.

EJF is dedicated to arguing their case: putting the call to governments and our political leaders for a new agreement on environmental refugees, guaranteeing them rights and assistance and a fair claim to our shared world.

EJF is also committed to empowering individuals and organisations to take positive actions to reduce their impact on the natural environment; encouraging them to act now, before the irreversible effects of climate change take hold.




With millions of people forced to move each year by rapid-onset climate-related hazards and slow onset environmental degradation, social wellbeing, human rights, economies and even state stability are at risk. Now the world’s major military powers are analyzing connections between climate change, security and conflict, it is time to act. EJF's new report The Gathering Storm is launched today.


EJF were delighted to be joined by Vivienne Westwood, Lily Cole (EJF Patron) and Lorna Tucker at Selfridges 'Festival of Imagination' for a screening of their Red Shoes film and to discuss the use of our imagination in combatting climate change.


Inspired by Vivienne Westwood's Climate Revolution, in association with EJF, RED SHOES features Lily Cole in an artistic dance interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's The Red Shoes.

Support Climate Refugees with a Vivienne Westwood T-shirt

Designed by Vivienne Westwood in support of EJF, these t-shirts have a 90% smaller carbon footprint than an average cotton t-shirt and represent how fashion can be part of the solution to climate change. They are organic, ethically made and manufactured by renewable green energy.

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