Climate Justice Now
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"Climate Justice Now" explores the ways that climate justice must be centered in research, technology, and digital rights.

Climate Justice: The Debt is Not On Us (Brisetha Hendricks, Kristophine Shilongo) articulates the importance of opening data in achieving climate justice.

A Call to Action for Climate Justice in Tech (Sanjana Paul) considers the lack of environmentally just tech and teh need for tech practitioners to center environmental justice.

New Research on Climate Justice and Digital Rights (Fieke Jansen) offers a preview of articles from a 2022 research series published by the Ford Foundation, Mozilla, and Ariadne Network.

The Different Intersections of Digital RIghts and Climate (Shannon Dosemagen, Evelin Scann, Emelia Williams and Katie Hoeberling), distills issue briefs on 1) a shared and precise lexicon around environmental justice and climate justice, and 2) how openness and the knowledge commons can support collaborative work in climate justice and digital rights spaces.