Many residents in the UK may need to permanently leave their coastal homes due to climate change and increasing flood risk. The UK is just one of many countries facing climate change impacts that threaten to make currently populated areas uninhabitable.
Last month saw Australia become the first country in the world to roll back carbon pricing legislation. What does this shocking development look like from a climate justice perspective?
Emerging research is showing how increasing numbers of people are expected to migrate as a result of climatic changes that affect the long term viability of their livelihoods.
Take a picture of the home you would hate to be forced from, or how extreme weather has affected you, and send it as a free postcard in support of climate refugees.
EJF's investigation reveals the continuing brutal trade in modern-day slaves and Thai Government's failure to adequately address the issue.
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