Indigenous Peoples and Climate Justice in the Arctic

Author
Shaugn Coggins, James D. Ford
Content Type
Special Report
Institution
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
Abstract
Arctic regions are experiencing transformative climate change impacts. This article examines the justice implications of these changes for Indigenous Peoples, arguing that it is the intersection of climate change with pronounced inequalities, land dispossession, and colonization that creates climate injustice in many instances.
Topic
Climate Change, Energy Policy, Environment, Poverty, Culture, Income Inequality, Justice, Indigenous, Sustainability
Political Geography
Arctic