It is a certainty that climate change will affect different people and places unevenly, and so is likely to lead to inequalities within and across nations, and between current and future generations, so creating injustice.
We have collated a range of resources, organisations, initiatives, etc that might be relevant for your own personal and professional development, learning and acknowledgement.
If you have a relevant resource, please get in touch and we will add it to this growing list.
Diversity and Inclusion Progression Framework 2.0
|Diverse Sustainability Initiative||
Transforming diversity within the environment sector and sustainability profession
|Diversity in Sustainability||It equips current and future Black, Indigenous and People of Colo(u)r (BIPOC) sustainability leaders with the skills, networks, and resources to accelerate the transition to a sustainable and just future.||Access here|
Boots and Beards
|Hillwalking to deepen connection with nature in South Asian communities.||Access here|
|Networking Key Services||CCF vegetable gardening, recycling, children's classes on climate crisis||Access here|
|CEMVO||Ethnic Minority Environmental Network||Access here|
|RACE.ED||University of Edinburgh network on understanding race and decolonial studies from multidisciplinary perspective||Access here|
|The Wretched of the Earth||Grassroots collective demanding climate justice||Access here|
|Global Generation||It works with children, students, families, businesses in Camden, Islington and Southwark to create healthy and environmentally responsible communities||Access here|
|Repowering London||It empowers communities by helping them develop their own clean energy co-operatives.||Access here|
|The Black Curriculum||Education-based resource on Black British History||Access here|
|Mary Robinson Foundation||A centre for thought leadership, education and advocacy on the struggle to secure global justice for those people vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.||Access here|
|Anti-racism Briefing||It covers current ethnic health inequalities in the UK, and details the reasons behind these disparities with reference to socioeconomic factors, as well as deep-rooted institutional racism.||Access here|
The Institution of Environmental Sciences
|A plan for systemic change to improve diversity in the sector||Access here|
|The Institution of Environmental Sciences||Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Plan Priorities 2020-2023||Access here|
|Advance HE & Surrey University||Race equality e-learning module||Access here|