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Indigenous Perspectives

Callison, C. (2021). Refusing more empire: utility, colonialism, and Indigenous knowing. Climatic Change167(3), 1-14.

Carmona, R., Reed, G., Ford, J. et al. (2023). Indigenous Peoples’ rights in national climate governance: An analysis of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). Ambio.

Davis, H., & Todd, Z. (2017). On the importance of a date, or, decolonizing the Anthropocene. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 16(4), 761-780.

Deranger, E. T., Sinclair, R., Gray, B., McGregor, D., & Gobby, J. (2022). Decolonizing climate research and policy: Making space to tell our own stories, in our own ways. Community Development Journal57(1), 52-73.

Hernandez, J., Meisner, J., Jacobs, L. A., & Rabinowitz, P. M. (2022). Re-centering Indigenous knowledge in climate change discourse. PLOS Climate1(5).

Hunt, D. (2018). “In search of our better selves”: Totem transfer narratives and Indigenous futurities. American Indian Culture and Research Journal42(1), 71-90.

Hunt, S. (2022). Unsettling conversations on climate action. The Professional Geographer74(1), 135-136.

Jennings, L. et al. (2023). Applying the ‘CARE principles for Indigenous Data Governance’ to ecology and biodiversity research. Nature.

Johnson, J. T., Howitt, R., Cajete, G., Berkes, F., Louis, R. P., & Kliskey, A. (2016). Weaving Indigenous and sustainability sciences to diversify our methods. Sustainability Science11, 1-11.

Liboiron, M. (2021). Pollution is colonialism. Duke University Press.

Marion Suiseeya, K. R., O’connell, M. G., Leoso, E., Defoe, M. S. B. N., Anderson, A., Bang, M., … & Zerega, N. (2022). Waking from paralysis: Revitalizing conceptions of climate knowledge and justice for more effective climate action. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science700(1), 166-182.

McGregor, D., Whitaker, S., & Sritharan, M. (2020). Indigenous environmental justice and sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 43, 35-40.

Milgin, A., Nardea, L., Grey, H., Laborde, S., & Jackson, S. (2020). Sustainability crises are crises of relationship: Learning from Nyikina ecology and ethics. People and Nature2(4), 1210-1222.

Redvers, N. et al. (2023). Indigenous solutions to the climate and biodiversity crises: A reflection on UNDRIP. PLOS Global Health.

Reed, G., Gobby, J., Sinclair, R., Ivey, R., & Matthews, H. D. (2021). Indigenizing climate policy in Canada: A critical examination of the pan-canadian framework and the ZéN RoadMap. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 78.

Reed, G., Brunet, N. D., Longboat, S., & Natcher, D. C. (2021). Indigenous guardians as an emerging approach to Indigenous environmental governance. Conservation Biology35(1), 179-189.

Reed, G., Brunet, N. D., McGregor, D., Scurr, C., Sadik, T., Lavigne, J., & Longboat, S. (2022). Toward Indigenous visions of nature-based solutions: an exploration into Canadian federal climate policy. Climate Policy, 22(4), 514-533.

Seehawer, M., Khupe, C., & Keane, M. (2022). On the impossibility of instrumentalising Indigenous methodologies for the sustainable development agenda. In Indigenous methodologies, research and practices for sustainable development(pp. 49-63). Springer.

Sumida Huaman, E. & Walker, J. (2023). Beyond sustainability: Indigenous Knowledge Systems for locally and globally renewing earth relations. International Journal of Educational Development, 103.

Sumida Huaman, E., & Swentzell, P. (2021). Indigenous education and sustainable development: Rethinking environment through Indigenous knowledges and generative environmental pedagogies. Journal of American Indian Education60(1), 7-28.

Todd, Z. (2022). Fossil Fuels and Fossil Kin: An Environmental Kin Study of Weaponised Fossil Kin and Alberta’s So‐Called “Energy Resources Heritage”. Antipode.

Whyte, K. (2017). Indigenous climate change studies: Indigenizing futures, decolonizing the Anthropocene. English Language Notes55(1), 153-162.

Whyte, K. (2020). Against crisis epistemology. In Routledge Handbook of Critical Indigenous Studies (pp. 52-64). Routledge.

Whyte, K. (2020). Too late for Indigenous climate justice: Ecological and relational tipping points. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change11(1), e603.

Whyte, K. (2023).  Indigenous Environmental Justice, Renewable Energy Transition, and the Infrastructure of Sovereignty. Environmental Justice in North America.

Politics of climate knowledge

Chakraborty, R., & Sherpa, P. Y. (2021). From climate adaptation to climate justice: Critical reflections on the IPCC and Himalayan climate knowledges. Climatic Change167(3-4), 49.

Chakraborty, R., Gergan, M. D., Sherpa, P. Y., & Rampini, C. (2021). A plural climate studies framework for the Himalayas. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability51, 42-54.

Cronin, J., Hughes, N., Tomei, J., Couto, L. C., Ali, M., Kizilcec, V., … & Watson, J. (2021). Embedding justice in the 1.5 C transition: A transdisciplinary research agenda. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition.

Dutt, P., Fateyeva, A., Gabereau, M., & Higgins, M. (2022). Redrawing Relationalities at the Anthropocene (s): Disrupting and Dismantling the Colonial Logics of Shared Identity Through Thinking with Kim Tallbear. Reimagining Science Education in the Anthropocene.

Orlove, B., Sherpa, P., Dawson, N., Adelekan, I., Alangui, W., Carmona, R., … & Wilson, A. (2023). Placing diverse knowledge systems at the core of transformative climate research. Ambio, 1-17.

Nightingale, A. J., Eriksen, S., Taylor, M., Forsyth, T., Pelling, M., Newsham, A., … & Whitfield, S. (2020). Beyond technical fixes: Climate solutions and the great derangement. Climate and Development12(4), 343-352.

Schipper, E. L. F., Ensor, J., Mukherji, A., Mirzabaev, A., Fraser, A., Harvey, B., … & Shawoo, Z. (2021). Equity in climate scholarship: a manifesto for action. Climate and Development13(10), 853-856.

Wilkens, J., & Datchoua-Tirvaudey, A. R. (2022). Researching climate justice: a decolonial approach to global climate governance. International Affairs98(1), 125-143.

(Coloniality of) climate mitigation, adaptation, green energy, and just transitions

Bachram, H. (2004). Climate fraud and carbon colonialism: The new trade in greenhouse gases. Capitalism nature socialism15(4), 5-20.

Batel, S. (2021). A brief excursion into the many scales and voices of renewable energy colonialism. In Routledge Handbook of Energy Democracy (pp. 119-132). Routledge.

Diamond, M. S., Wanser, K., & Boucher, O. (2023). “Cooling credits” are not a viable climate solution. Climatic Change, 176(7), 96.

Eberle, C., Münstermann, N., & Siebeneck, J. (2019). Carbon colonialism: A postcolonial assessment of carbon offsetting.

Ervine, K. (2022). Delivering adaptation finance through the market? The trouble with using carbon offsets to finance climate adaptation in the Global South. In The Political Economy of Climate Finance: Lessons from International Development (pp. 153-178). Springer International Publishing.

Haag, S. (2022). Old colonial power in new green financing instruments. Approaching financial subordination from the perspective of racial capitalism in renewable energy finance in Senegal. Geoforum.

Hickel, J., & Slamersak, A. (2022). Existing climate mitigation scenarios perpetuate colonial inequalities. The Lancet Planetary Health6(7), e628-e631.

Ho, D. T. (2023). Carbon dioxide removal is an ineffective time machine. Nature.

Hoicka, C. E., Savic, K., & Campney, A. (2021). Reconciliation through renewable energy? A survey of Indigenous communities, involvement, and peoples in Canada. Energy Research & Social Science74, 101897.

Jerez, B., Garcés, I., & Torres, R. (2021). Lithium extractivism and water injustices in the Salar de Atacama, Chile: The colonial shadow of green electromobility. Political Geography.

Riofrancos, T. (2022). The Security–Sustainability Nexus: Lithium Onshoring in the Global North. Global Environmental Politics, 1-22.

Sovacool, B. K., Bell, S. E., Daggett, C., Labuski, C., Lennon, M., Naylor, L., … & Firestone, J. (2023). Pluralizing energy justice: Incorporating feminist, anti-racist, Indigenous, and postcolonial perspectives. Energy Research & Social Science.

Vogel, J., & Hickel, J. (2023). Is green growth happening? An empirical analysis of achieved versus Paris-compliant CO2–GDP decoupling in high-income countries. The Lancet Planetary Health, 7(9), e759-e769.

Walker, C. J., Doucette, M. B., Rotz, S., Lewis, D., Neufeld, H. T., & Castleden, H. (2021). Non-Indigenous partner perspectives on Indigenous peoples’ involvement in renewable energy: exploring reconciliation as relationships of accountability or status

Zografos, C., & Robbins, P. (2020). Green sacrifice zones, or why a Green New Deal cannot ignore the cost shifts of just transitions. One Earth3(5), 543-546.

Racism, colonialism, and ecological and climate justice

Bhambra, G. K., & Newell, P. (2022). More than a metaphor: ‘Climate colonialism’ in perspective. Global Social Challenges Journal.

Chancel, L. (2022). Global carbon inequality over 1990–2019. Nature Sustainability, 5(11), 931-938.

Fanning, A. L., & Hickel, J. (2023). Compensation for atmospheric appropriation. Nature Sustainability.

Maina-Okori, N. M., Koushik, J. R., & Wilson, A. (2018). Reimagining intersectionality in environmental and sustainability education: A critical literature review. The Journal of Environmental Education49(4), 286-296.

Mikulewicz, M., Caretta, M. A., Sultana, F., & JW Crawford, N. (2023). Intersectionality & Climate Justice: A call for synergy in climate change scholarship. Environmental Politics, 1-12.

Murdock, E. G. (2022). Conserving dispossession? A genealogical account of the colonial roots of western conservation. Ethics, Policy & Environment.

Newell, P. (2022). Climate justice. The Journal of Peasant Studies49(5), 915-923.

Newell, P., Srivastava, S., Naess, L. O., Torres Contreras, G. A., & Price, R. (2021). Toward transformative climate justice: An emerging research agenda. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change12(6), e733.

Perry, K. K. (2021). (Un) Just transitions and Black dispossession: The disposability of Caribbean ‘refugees’ and the political economy of climate justice. Politics.

Ramanujam, A. (2022). Climate scholarship needs Du Bois: Climate crisis through the lens of racial and colonial capitalism. Sociological Inquiry.

Rice, J., Long, J., & Levenda, A. (2022). Against climate apartheid: Confronting the persistent legacies of expendability for climate justice. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space5(2), 625-645.

Riley Case, S. (2023, March). Looking to the Horizon: The Meanings of Reparations for Unbearable Crises. In Symposium on Race, Racism and International Law,(2023)(Vol. 117).

Simpson, M., & Pizarro Choy, A. (2023). Building decolonial climate justice movements: Four tensions. Dialogues in Human Geography.

Sloan Morgan, O., Melchior, F., Thomas, K., & McNab‐Coombs, L. (2023). Youth and climate justice: Representations of young people in action for sustainable futures. The Geographical Journal.

Stephens, J. C. (2022). Beyond climate isolationism: a necessary shift for climate justice. Current Climate Change Reports, 1-8.

Sultana, F. (2022). Critical climate justice. The Geographical Journal188(1), 118-124.

Sultana, F. (2022). The unbearable heaviness of climate coloniality. Political Geography.

Táíwò, O. O. (2022). Reconsidering reparations. Oxford University Press.

Tilley, L., Ranawana, A. M., Baldwin, A., & Tully, T. M. (2022). Race and climate change: Towards anti-racist ecologies. Politics.

Trott, C. D., Lam, S., Roncker, J., Gray, E. S., Courtney, R. H., & Even, T. L. (2023). Justice in climate change education: a systematic review. Environmental Education Research, 1-38.

Underhill, V., Sabati, S., & Beckett, L. (2022). Against settler sustainability: California’s groundwater as a vertical frontier. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space,

Weatherill, C. K. (2023). Resisting climate change vulnerability: feminist and decolonial insights. International Politics.

Higher education

Al-Saleh, D., & Vora, N. (2023). US Higher education and fossil fuels: the limits of liberalism in university climate action. Climate and Development.

Bills, H. & Klinsky, S. (2023). The resilience of settler colonialism in higher education: A case study of a Western sustainability department. Teaching in Higher Education, 28(5).

Crumley-Effinger, M., & Torres-Olave, B. (2021). Kicking the habit: Rethinking academic hypermobility in the anthropocene. Journal of International Students11(S1), 86-107.

Facer, K. (2020). Beyond business as usual: Higher education in the era of climate change. HEPI Debate Paper24

Fazey, I., Hughes, C., Schäpke, N. A., Leicester, G., Eyre, L., Goldstein, B. E., … & Reed, M. S. (2021). Renewing universities in our climate emergency: stewarding system change and transformation. Frontiers in Sustainability.

Graham, G. (2023). ‘Off topic in some places (global warming)’: a critical and radical response to connecting social work teaching to a global climate emergency. Critical and Radical Social Work, 1-14.

Green, A. J. (2021). Challenging conventions—a perspective from within and without. Frontiers in Sustainability.

Kinol, A., Miller, E., Axtell, H., Hirschfeld, I., Leggett, S., Si, Y., & Stephens, J. C. (2023). Climate justice in higher education: a proposed paradigm shift towards a transformative role for colleges and universities. Climatic Change176(2), 15.

McGeown, C., & Barry, J. Agents of (Un) Sustainability: Democratising Universities for the Planetary Crisis. Frontiers in Sustainability, 4, 48.

McKenzie, M., & Wilson, A. (2022). Sustainability as Wild Policy: Mobile SDG Interventions and Land-informed Policy in Education. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 1-16.

Michel, J. O., Buckley, J., Friedensen, R., Anderson-Long, M., & Garibay, J. (2023). Infusing Sustainability into Graduate Level Higher Education and Student Affairs Coursework. About Campus27(6), 4-11.

Murray, J. (2018). Student-led action for sustainability in higher education: A literature review. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.

Pasek, A. (2020). Low-carbon research: Building a greener and more inclusive academy. Engaging Science, Technology, and Society6, 34-38.

Prádanos, L., (2020). How did this class prepare you for extinction? Resilience. 

Robinson, Z. P., & Laycock Pedersen, R. (2021). How to repurpose the university: A resilience lens on sustainability governance. Frontiers in Sustainability.

Shields, R. (2019). The sustainability of international higher education: Student mobility and global climate change. Journal of Cleaner Production, 217, 594-602.

Stein, S. (2019). The ethical and ecological limits of sustainability: A decolonial approach to climate change in higher education. Australian Journal of Environmental Education35(3), 198-212.

Stein, S. (2023). Universities confronting climate change. Higher Education.

Stein, S. & Hare, J. (2023). The Challenges of Interrupting Climate Colonialism in Higher Education: Reflections on a University Climate Emergency Plan. Harvard Educational Review, 93(3), 289-312.

Suarez, D.C., Kircher, C., Santi, & T. (2023). A Clear and Present Pedagogy: Teaching About Planetary Crisis (When You’re in a Planetary Crisis). Antipode.

Thierry, A., Horn, L., Von Hellermann, P., & Gardner, C. ” No research on a dead planet”: Preserving the socio-ecological conditions for academia Article Type: Perspective. Frontiers in Education, 8.

General education

Andreotti, V. D. O. (2021). The task of education as we confront the potential for social and ecological collapse. Ethics and Education16(2), 143-158.

Barwell, R., & Hauge, K. H. (2021). A critical mathematics education for climate change: A post-normal approach. In Applying critical mathematics education (pp. 166-184). Brill.

Beasy, K., Jones, C., Kelly, R., Lucas, C., Mocatta, G., Pecl, G., & Yildiz, D. (2023). The burden of bad news: educators’ experiences of navigating climate change education. Environmental Education Research.

Bryan, A. (2022). Pedagogy of the implicated: advancing a social ecology of responsibility framework to promote deeper understanding of the climate crisis. Pedagogy, Culture & Society30(3), 329-348.

Common Worlds Research Collective (2020). Learning to become with the world: Education for future survival. Education Research and Foresight Working Papers. 

Eaton, E. & Day, N.A. (2020). Petro-pedagogy: fossil fuel interests and the obstruction of climate justice in public education. Environmental Education Research 24(4): 457-473.

Karsgaard, C., & Shultz, L. (2022). Youth movements and climate change education for justice. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education.

Koch, N. (2018). Green laboratories: University campuses as sustainability “exemplars” in the Arabian Peninsula. Society & Natural Resources, 31(5), 525-540.

Komatsu, H., Rappleye, J., & Silova, I. (2021). Student-centered learning and sustainability: Solution or problem?. Comparative Education Review65(1)

Long, D., & Henderson, J. (2023). Climate change as superordinate curriculum?. Research in Education.

O’Neill, K., & Sinden, C. (2021). Universities, sustainability, and neoliberalism: Contradictions of the climate emergency declarations. Politics and Governance, 9(2), 29-40.

Obach, B. K. (2023). In defense of doom and gloom: Science, sensitivity, and mobilization in teaching about climate change. Teaching Sociology.

Nairn, K., Kidman, J., Matthews, K. R., Showden, C. R., & Parker, A. (2021). Living in and out of time: Youth-led activism in Aotearoa New Zealand. Time & Society30(2), 247-269

Nelson, I. L. (2020). On the possibilities and politics of feminist energy analytics in university campus spaces. Engendering the Energy Transition, 113-138.

Nxumalo, F., Nayak, P., & Tuck, E. (2022). Education and ecological precarity: Pedagogical, curricular, and conceptual provocations. Curriculum inquiry52(2), 97-107.

Ruitenberg, C. (2020). The cruel optimism of transformative environmental education. Journal of Philosophy of Education54(4), 832-837.

Stein, S., Andreotti, V., Suša, R., Ahenakew, C., & Čajková, T. (2022). From “education for sustainable development” to “education for the end of the world as we know it”. Educational Philosophy and Theory54(3), 274-287.

Stein, S., Andreotti, V., Susa, R., Ahenakew, C., Huni Kui, N., Tremembé, M., Taylor, L, Siwek, D., Cardoso, C., Duque, C., Oliveira da Silva Huni Kui, S., Calhoun, B., van Sluys, S., Amsler, S., D’Emilia, D., Pigeau, D., Andreotti, B. Bowness, E., & McIntyre, A. (2023). Beyond colonial futurities in climate education. Teaching in Higher Education, 28(5), 987-1004

Svarstad, H. (2021). Critical climate education: Studying climate justice in time and space. International Studies in Sociology of Education30(1-2), 214-232.

Verlie, B., & Flynn, A. (2022). School strike for climate: A reckoning for education. Australian Journal of Environmental Education38(1), 1-12.Verlie, B. (2019). Bearing worlds: Learning to live-with climate change. Environmental Education Research25(5), 751-766.

Wachs, J. ‘Hacking’climate education methods within narrow policy frames to ask systemic and emancipatory questions. Practice notes from Leith, Scotland.

Younes, M., & Gomez, L. N. (2023). Tracing the Lines of Power, Coloniality, and Neoliberalism in UNESCO’s Education for Sustainable Development Policy. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education, 18(1), 21-37.

Early childhood education

Nxumalo, F. (2020). Situating Indigenous and Black childhoods in the Anthropocene. Research handbook on childhoodnature: Assemblages of childhood and nature research, pp. 535-556.

K-12 education

Jimenez, J., & Moorhead, L. (2021). ‘Don’t say it’s going to be okay’: how international educators embrace transformative education to support their students navigating our global climate emergency. Education Sciences11(10), 593.

McGregor, H. E., Karn, S., Evans, R. S., & Pind, J. (2022). Piloting Historical Thinking Lessons to Address Climate Change. Canadian Social Studies, 53(1).

McGregor, H. E., Pind, J., & Karn, S. (2021). A ‘wicked problem’: rethinking history education in the Anthropocene. Rethinking History, 25(4), 483-507.

Political ecology/political economy

Ajl, M. (2023). Theories of political ecology: Monopoly capital against people and planet. Agrarian South: Journal of Political Economy. 

Belcher, O., Bigger, P., Neimark, B., & Kennelly, C. (2020). Hidden carbon costs of the “everywhere war”: Logistics, geopolitical ecology, and the carbon boot‐print of the US military. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 45(1), 65-80.

Berglund, O., & Bailey, D. J. (2022). Whose system, what change? A critical political economy approach to the UK climate movement. Environmental Politics, 1-21.

Fuentes-George, K. (2023). The Legacy of Colonialism on Contemporary Climate Governance. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 24(1), 91-98.

Hickel, J., & Kallis, G. (2020). Is green growth possible? New Political Economy25(4), 469-486.

Hickel, J., O’Neill, D. W., Fanning, A. L., & Zoomkawala, H. (2022). National responsibility for ecological breakdown: a fair-shares assessment of resource use, 1970–2017. The Lancet Planetary Health6(4), e342-e349.

Navarro, R. (2022). Climate finance and neo-colonialism: Exposing hidden dynamics. In The Political Economy of Climate Finance: Lessons from International Development (pp. 179-203). Springer International Publishing.

Otero, I., Farrell, K. N., Pueyo, S., Kallis, G., Kehoe, L., Haberl, H., … & Pe’Er, G. (2020). Biodiversity policy beyond economic growth. Conservation letters13(4), e12713.

Perry, K. K. (2021). Financing a Global Green New Deal: Greening capitalism or taming financialization for a new ‘civilizing’ multilateralism? Development and Change52(4), 1022-1044.

Rose, J., & Cachelin, A. (2018). Critical sustainability: incorporating critical theories into contested sustainabilities. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences8(4), 518-525.

Wiedmann, T., Lenzen, M., Keyßer, L. T., & Steinberger, J. K. (2020). Scientists’ warning on affluence. Nature Communications11(1), 1-10.


Abbasi, K., Ali, P., Barbour, V., Benfield, T., Bibbins-Domingo, K., Hancocks, S., … & Zielinski, C. (2023). Time to treat the climate and nature crisis as one indivisible global health emergency. The Lancet, 402(10413), 1603-1606.

Abi Deivanayagam, T., Selvarajah, S., Hickel, J., Guinto, R. R., de Morais Sato, P., Bonifacio, J., … & Devakumar, D. (2022). Climate change, health, and discrimination: action towards racial justice. The Lancet.

Kulasabanathan, K., Abi Deivanayagam, T., & Singh, A. (2022). Climate reparations as a catalyst for health justice—possibilities for a fairer world. British Medical Journal. 

Mental health

Bednarek, S. (2023). Climate, Psychology and Change: Psychotherapy in a Time when the Familiar is Dying. Confer Limited.

Diffey, J., Wright, S., Uchendu, J. O., Masithi, S., Olude, A., Juma, D. O., … & Lawrance, E. (2022). “Not about us without us”–the feelings and hopes of climate-concerned young people around the world. International Review of Psychiatry, 34(5), 499-509

Galway, L. P., & Field, E. (2023). Climate emotions and anxiety among young people in Canada: A national survey and call to action. The Journal of Climate Change and Health.

Longman, J., Braddon, M. M., Verlie, B., Schlosberg, D., Hampshire, M. L., Noonan, M. A., & Saurman, E. (2023). Building resilience to the mental health impacts of climate change in rural Australia. The Journal of Climate Change and Health.

Omotayo Oladejo, A., Malherbe, N., & van Niekerk, A. (2023). Climate Justice, Capitalism, and the Political Role of the Psychological Professions. Review of General Psychology.

Pihkala, P. (2022). Toward a taxonomy of climate emotions. Frontiers in Climate, 3, 738154.

Ray, S. J. (2020). A field guide to climate anxiety: how to keep your cool on a warming planet. University of California Press.

Robison, R., van Bommel, M., & Rohse, M. (2022). Relationships between climate mitigation actions and mental health: a systematic review of the research landscape. Frontiers in Climate, 4.

Salas Reyes, R., Nguyen, V. M., Schott, S., Berseth, V., Hutchen, J., Taylor, J., & Klenk, N. (2021). A research agenda for affective dimensions in climate change risk perception and risk communication. Frontiers in Climate, 3.

Vamvalis, M. (2023). “We’re fighting for our lives”: Centering affective, collective and systemic approaches to climate justice education as a youth mental health imperative. Research in Education.

Weintrobe, S. (2021). Psychological roots of the climate crisis: Neoliberal exceptionalism and the culture of uncare. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.


Borràs, S. (2019). Colonizing the atmosphere: a common concern without climate justice law?. Journal of Political Ecology26(1), 105-127.

Hickman, C., Marks, E., Pihkala, P., Clayton, S., Lewandowski, R. E., Mayall, E. E., … & van Susteren, L. (2021). Climate anxiety in children and young people and their beliefs about government responses to climate change: a global survey. The Lancet Planetary Health5(12), e863-e873.

O’Donnell, E., Poelina, A., Pelizzon, A., & Clark, C. (2020). Stop burying the lede: the essential role of Indigenous law (s) in creating rights of nature. Transnational Environmental Law9(3), 403-427.

Syllabi and other resources

An Existential Toolkit for Climate Educators

Political Ecologies of Climate Change Adaptation

Climate Change and Colonialism

Climate & Environmental Justice in Education

Environmental Justice, Conservation, & Racial Justice Resource List

Justice and Climate Change Bibliography

Indigenous Principles of Just Transition

Relevant networks/hubs

Indigenous Climate Action
Indigenous Environmental Network
Sustainability and Education Policy Network
Climate Action Network for International Educators
Critical Climate Earth
The Chisolm Legacy Project

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