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Black Lives Matter: the Link Between Climate Change and Racial Justice

In any crisis it is the poorest and most vulnerable that suffer the greatest impacts. What does Black Lives Matter have to do with climate change? Everything – Adelle Thomas and Rueanna Haynes outline the linkages between environmental justice and racial justice.

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Author(s): Adelle Thomas, Rueanna Haynes
Organization: Climate Analytics Blog
Date: 2020
Resource Type: Publication
Topic: Environmental Justice

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