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Climate Justice: the way forward?

This roundtable panel discussion aims to draw from recent events, cases, theoretical and interdisciplinary approaches for the achievement of climate justice, taking into consideration issues such as sustainability, engineering, conservation, indigenous rights, general human rights approaches and ecocentrism.

We aim to engage in a vibrant discussion as to the best methods to deal with the injustices caused by environmental damage and degradation, and how to achieve a fairer and more sustainable future.

Our proposed panelists are members of a variety of research groups and centres, from the International Law Research Group and the Human Rights, Society & Arts Research Group (both of them based in the Brunel Law School), as well the Global Lives Research Centre, IEF, Economics & Finance, and the Centre for Flood Risk and Resistance.


This event is part of the Brunel Research Festival, which returns this May for a packed programme of online and in-person activities, celebrating cutting-edge and challenge-led research at Brunel and beyond. Showcasing the world-class research carried out by colleagues from across the University, the Festival is a month-long celebration of the diverse local and global benefits of our research.

Free and open to all.

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