situation an “emergency,” regarding it as a crime against humanity in which political and business leaders stand accused of ignoring the plight of current and future vulnerable people. This association between environmental crises and social injustice is now widely accepted. Many feel that time is running out for incremental approaches to prove effective and that there is an inescapable need for a radical, transformative change that combines sustainability and justice.
- School of International Development - Lecturer in Natural Resources & International Development
- Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research - Member
- Water Security Research Centre
- Area Studies - Member
- Global Environmental Justice - Member
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