How can business put people at the heart of their climate action?
How can we support the most vulnerable people and communities who are most impacted by climate change?
What does a just transition look like? How can businesses address existing inequities, such as by gender, race, income and geography, which shape the risks and opportunities that people face? And how can businesses deliver climate justice?
Find out the answers to your business and climate justice related questions here.
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How can businesses put people at the heart of climate action?
This Resource Kit, supported by Pearson and developed with Change by Degrees, includes practical tools for putting people at the heart of climate action. It applies principles of climate justice to actions companies can take across their core business, philanthropy and policy advocacy.
Decision making framework: Business and Climate Justice
Business case studies and leading edge thinking. An explanation in greater depth as to why putting people at the heart of climate action should now be a business priority: Business Fights Poverty Magazine
Hear from leading experts: What is Climate Justice? With Tara, Chris and Javier.
Business practitioner answers to human centred climate action on people’s rights (see p.3-4) and vulnerabilities (see p.8-10): Climate Justice Online Forum Discussions
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Join us for this live written discussion with a panel of experts to explore the connections between health equity and climate change, and how can businesses play a role. The live panel takes places onThursday 16 March 2023, 11 to 12pm EST / 3pm to 4 pm GMT
Join us for this live written discussion with a panel of experts to explore what role businesses can play in addressing the social and equity dimensions of climate change. Thursday 19th October, 10am to 11am EST / 3pm to 4 pm GMT
Regenerative agriculture improves the soil, traps carbon emissions and lifts farmers out of poverty. 80% of Kenya’s smallholder farmers are women, which is why Hand in Hand’s regenerative agriculture curriculum places women at its core. The organisation aims to reach one in 20 Kenyan farmers in the next five years.