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GCU helps Scotland to light up Malawi
Glasgow Caledonian University’s (GCU) Centre for Climate Justice is to play a key role in a campaign encouraging communities in Malawi to replace dangerous and costly kerosene lamps, batteries and candles with environmentally friendly solar lighting that helps families to tackle poverty.
GCU London dialogue highlights Climate Justice agenda
Paul Wheelhouse, Scottish Government Minister for Environment and Climate Change, is to present a keynote address at the concluding stakeholder event to gather evidence informing the Climate Justice agenda hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).
How Scotland is setting the pace on Climate Justice
The concept of climate justice brings together issues of climate change and social justice, asserting that the consequences and causes of increased CO2 emissions reflect and reinforce inequalities globally and within nations. In the UK, the Scottish Government is putting the idea on the political agenda. So it was appropriate that Glasgow was the setting this week for the first of three 'dialogues' on climate justice, hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation with the participation of the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice.
GCU Climate Justice Resource Hub Praised
GCU’s newly launched Climate Justice Resource Hub has been highlighted by the Scottish Government. Environment and Climate Change Minister Paul Wheelhouse updated Holyrood on the project after its successful launch at the Government’s International Conference on Climate Justice.