VIDEO: Climate Justice, Race, and Migration - DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture - UCSD-TV - University of California Television
Climate Justice, Race, and Migration - DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture
Date: 12/4/2019; 57 minutes
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Climate change, caused primarily by the greenhouse gas emissions of the world's most affluent populations, is having a disproportionate impact on socially and economically subordinated populations all over the world. Although climate change is anticipated to displace between 200 million and 1 billion people by 2050, the racialized hostility of the US, the European Union, and Australia to persons fleeing poverty, conflict, and environmental degradation does not bode well for climate refugees. Carmen G. Gonzalez, Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law, examines the relationship between climate change and racial subordination, evaluating the evolving legal and policy responses to climate change-induced displacement. (#35345)

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