Sultana Quoted in BBC Article on International Climate Justice
November 9, 2021
Some of the world’s poorest and lowest carbon-emitting countries are suffering the most from climate change yet tend not to be the most responsible for causing it. 'Climate justice,' which acknowledges that climate change can have differing social, economic, public health and other adverse impacts on underprivileged populations, will no doubt be a focal point at the UN Climate Change Conference, COP26 . "You cannot keep having your luxury emissions, and then point fingers at the person who's having emissions just to survive," says Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography and the environment. "That's just absolutely unfair and unjust," she says. Read more in the BBC article, "The world's fight for 'climate justice'."
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