Global Environmental Justice Group/ DEV-UEA
An interdisciplinary group of scholars at the School of International Development from the University of East Anglia (UEA), UK, interested in the linkages between social justice and environmental change, with a particular focus on the global dimensions of (in)justice. We study existing injustices in different areas of contemporary environmental management, including biodiversity conservation, climate change, disaster management, forestry, mining, indigenous peoples’ territories, public health, renewables and water management.
CICADA is a multidisciplinary research centre that targets the conceptual and practical potential of indigenous peoples’ collective ‘life projects’ to generate innovative regimes of environmental protection and alternative visions of development.
Established in 2007, MICLA is a research collective based at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. It aims to resource public research and debate on Canadian Mining in Latin America. Composed of students and faculty, MICLA is part of the University’s on-going effort to link teaching with research and to connect these to the public interest.
EnvJustice is a research project funded by an ERC Advanced Grant 2016-21 to Joan Martinez-Alier, ICTA, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Both the ENVJUSTICE and the ACKnowl-EJ collaborate in the expansion of the EJATLAS.
The ENVJUSTICE project aims to map environmental conflicts along the supply chain, expand the vocabulary of the degrowth and environmental justice movements and spread awareness and contribute to the global environmental justice movement.