NAACP Climate Justice Initiative Toolkit
This report, or toolkit, first explains why climate change is an issue of justice, civil and human rights, and that climate change disproportionately negatively impacts those who are least responsible for its advancement, namely persons of color. Human rights violations are cited such as the Right to Self Determination, Right to Highest Standard of Physical and Mental Health, and Right to Food, for example.
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