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EJOLT, EnvJustice and EJAtlas main work on Leaving Fossil Fuels Underground (LFFU) cases

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1) Towards a Post-oil Civilization. Yasunization and Other Initiatives to Leave Fossil Fuels in the Soil. By Temper, L., Yánez, I., Sharife, K., Ojo, G., Martinez-Alier, J., CANA, Combes, M., …

A talk by Joan Martinez-Alier: Circularity, Entropy, Ecological Conflicts and “Unburnable Fuels”

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Friday 30 April 2021 12:00-13:30 (BST) RSVP for zoom invite: environmentalhistory@sussex.ac.uk Claims for climate justice and reparations for ecological debt have been put forward by environmentalists from the Global South since 1991, together …

New Research: Airport projects responsible for human rights violations and ecological destruction around the world

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Interactive map documents 80 cases of airport-related injustices and resistance Feature Map: https://ejatlas.org/featured/airport-conflict-around-the-world All across the globe airport projects are generating serious conflicts and social and environmental impacts: land acquisition, displacement of …

Awful Cabo Delgado’s Attacks: exposing Mozambique’s Gas Development Project

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Resources to understand the current situation: Awful attacks in Palma, Cabo Delgado province (Mozambique) that began the 24th of March, exposed failure for Total’s onshore development of liquefied natural gas (LNG).  Read …

U.S. Lawyer Steven Donziger Speaks from House Arrest in NYC After Suing Chevron for Amazon Oil Spills

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Full original interview available at Democracy Now! Interview by Amy Goodman. 10 years ago, Ecuador’s Supreme Court ordered Chevron to pay $18 billion on behalf of 30,000 Amazonian Indigenous people. The oil …

Mapping ecological distribution conflicts: The EJAtlas

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By Joan Martinez-Alier Abstract This article describes the origins of the terms “environmental justice” and “environmentalism of the poor and the indigenous” since the 1980s. In 2012 the collection of “ecological distribution …

Issues Of The Environment: Commemorating 30 Years Of The Environmental Justice Movement

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Original article available at WEMU. By DAVID FAIR • FEB 17, 2021  The concept of environmental justice can be traced back to the 1970’s.  But, it wasn’t until the 1990’s when themovement …

Post-doctoral call to join EJ Team at ICTA-UAB

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Open CallBEATRIU DE PINOS POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP at ICTA-UABICTA-UAB would like to invite post-doctoral researchers to apply to the Beatriu de Pinós programme (BP 2020) of the Catalan Agency for Management of …

EnvJustice condemns recent arrest of young climate activist Disha Ravi by Indian authorities

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The Indian government is eroding the democratic rights of its citizens and undermining the ecological and social concerns of its people.In a show of force, the Delhi police unjustifiably put …

Losing Ground: A series of interviews on conservation conflicts in India

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In this series of 3 interviews with The Bastion, our researcher Eleonora Fanari with the Kalpavrisk team – India, discuss their findings in our most recent thematic map. The interviews touch …


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