Climate Justice training
The action that we take to adapt to climate change should be fair and equitable and should take account of existing social vulnerabilities.
The Climate Just website, developed by the University of Manchester, the Environment Agency and Climate UK with support from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, provides excellent resources, including an interactive map tool that provides the very latest information on flood risk vulnerability. The map tool provides analysis of hotspots of future social flood risk under different climate change scenarios for the first time and includes new Scottish data and maps informed by the latest research by Paul Sayers of SPL consulting
During Spring 2018 Adaptation Scotland ran two training days in partnership with the Climate Just team and Climate Ready Clyde. The events provided an introduction to climate justice and an opportunity for participants to get hands on experience of using the new mapping tool.
Download the event presentations below and visit the Climate Just website to find out more about climate justice.