The Centre for Climate Crime and Climate Justice is a research centre based at Queen Mary University of London. We provide educational resources to support campaigns, organisations and individuals demanding climate justice. We publish research that holds climate offenders accountable.
In our new report Working for Climate Justice', Ben Crawford and David Whyte argue that until now, the trade union movement has failed to make climate change a core concern of industrial campaigns.
Where do workers fit into the climate action agenda? On October 27, trade unionists from across the labor movement gathered in London to discuss a new workplace-oriented strategy for decarbonization: green collective bargaining...
Our new report Beyond Divestment reveals a process of ‘shareholder substitution’ that has allowed some big players to significantly increase their shareholding, and raises big questionas about the next steps for the divestment movement.
Valeria Vegh Weis on the 2,000 kilometer march of indigenous peoples in Argentina from the Juju region to Buenos Aires to demand that lithium mining projects in their territories are immediately halted.
Centre researcher Samira Homerang Saunders interviews Honolulu-based Naima Temaile Fifita about the colonial past and present context for the fires in Maui.