Glasgow Caledonian University, in partnership with the Mary Robinson Foundation for Climate Justice (MRFCJ), has taken a global lead in creating a repository for the collection and collation of researched data within the increasingly crucial field of climate justice.
Led by Professor Tahseen Jafry, The Centre for Climate Justice provides a unique, knowledge-based resource of peer-reviewed materials on climate justice throughout the world, acting as a reference point for researchers, analysts and policy-makers.
The Repository contains over 1000 academic papers and will continue to be developed as the primary resource ’hub’ in the arena of climate justice. Search
GCU has responded to the requirements of the modern climate justice professional with the launch of a unique MSc Climate Justice programme. Find out more
I congratulate GCU on taking the lead in creating this repository for reliable information on the complex issues arising from climate change and the need for an ethical approach to its impact on the developing world. I look forward to continued partnership with the university in furthering global understanding of this massively important challenge.
Dr Mary Robinson