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Injustice on the frontlines of the climate crisis in the US: Existing social and racial inequalities put marginalised communities in the US at greater risk of suffering in the face of climate impacts, and those inequalities will be exacerbated as the climate crisis deepens.

Climate Manifesto Policy Summary: The climate crisis is here now. This policy summary details the whole-of-society transformation needed to avoid its worst impacts, delivering a more sustainable global economy and a safer planet.

What is environmental justice?: EJF's view of environmental justice, and why it has never been more important.

Legal status and protection for climate refugees as a key part of climate justice: Explicit legal recognition that people are being forcibly displaced from their homes by the climate crisis is urgently needed.

Our blue beating heart: Blue carbon solutions in the fight against the climate crisis: More than half of biological carbon is captured by marine life, yet this ‘blue carbon’ is currently neglected in climate policy.

EJF's recommendations for a just European Union carbon border adjustment mechanism: A carbon border adjustment mechanism, if implemented correctly, could be a positive force for decarbonising European consumption and driving emissions reductions worldwide.

EJF Climate Manifesto: This manifesto is designed to point the way and highlight what can and should be done to achieve a sustainable, survivable future, providing a framework for the system change we urgently need to tackle climate breakdown.

EJF briefing in response to planned EU Parliament vote on Sustainable Corporate Governance report 2020/2137(INI): EJF urges the EU Parliament to vote 'YES' on the Legal Affairs' Committee report on Sustainable Corporate Governance and take a leadership role in preventing human rights and environmental abuses in EU value chains.

Open letter to world leaders: Put marine ecosystems at the heart of climate policy: We call on national governments to recognise the critical importance of our ocean and blue carbon in the fight against the climate emergency.

Marine Havens Under Threat: The impacts of the climate crisis on tropical coral reefs and the communities that rely on them: This report examines the impact of overfishing, pollution and climate change on coral reefs, and how to protect them.

Climate action to secure human rights worldwide: A position paper for the German political landscape: Germany is in a unique position to become a global leader on climate. On joining the UN Security Council this year, and assuming presidency of the EU in 2020, the country must propel climate change mitigation and facilitate an international agreement to protect the rights of climate refugees. EJF's briefing explains why Germany must rise to the challenge.

Rights at risk: Arctic climate change and the threat to Sami culture: The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world. This is putting its unique ecosystem at risk, and with it the existence of Europe’s only recognised indigenous people, the Sami, who have lived in the Arctic for millennia. The Sami have a clear message for decision makers, from the front lines of climate change: now is the time to act.