We Cannot Go to the Moon: Climate Collapse and the Sámi People
The impacts of the climate crisis are keenly felt by the Sámi people, whose traditional ways of life are under threat despite their negligible contribution to global emissions. The nations, companies and people responsible for the bulk of global heating must act to end this environmental injustice.
In search of justice
The climate crisis is fuelling inequalities within and between countries worldwide, with low-income, marginalised people in both developed and developing countries being disproportionately affected by climate breakdown.
"That's an argument you need to have with your soul" - Omar El Akkad
Author and journalist Omar El Akkad explains why he is supporting EJF's call for world leaders to recognise climate refugees.
Surviving the storms: Climate displacement in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Cyclone Amphan was the most powerful storm to strike the country in more than a decade, killing more than 100 people and displacing millions. This the story of Nurnahar and her family, who were made homeless by the storm and now fear for their future.
Blue carbon: a golden climate mitigation opportunity
Blue carbon | Mangroves
Beneath their flooded, salty soils, mangroves trap enormous quantities of carbon - and if left undisturbed this ‘blue carbon’ can remain locked up for millennia. Add your name to help protect them and our climate: act.ejfoundation.org/bluecarbon
Blue carbon | Seagrasses
Seagrasses are home to fantastic wildlife, from seahorses to manatees, and they also capture and store huge amounts of carbon. Add you name to protect them: act.ejfoundation.org/bluecarbon