Climate Justice and Greenwashing

With catastrophic weather events becoming increasingly common, many have started to note that the impacts of this climate crisis are unevenly distributed, and people who are impoverished or otherwise disadvantaged disproportionally bear the burden of climate change. As a result, the climate justice movement has gained traction, with the goal of recognizing the impacts of climate change on disadvantaged communities and finding ways to assist these groups. Part of this has involved acknowledging the role major corporations and industries play in climate change and encouraging them to reduce their impact and help the affected communities. However, greenwashing—or making it seem like an organization is more environmentally friendly than it is—continues to be an issue. This volume looks at the role corporations play in climate justice and the extent to which greenwashing occurs.

Library Bound Book List: $50.43 / S&L: $40.34
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Reading Level: 10-12+

Interest Level: 9-12+

Product type: Library Bound Book
ISBN: 978-1-5345-0986-3
Copyright: 2025
Language: English

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