Source material and useful links

for Tread Softly background briefings on Climate Justice

Advocacy and Campaigns

Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice

Pan African Climate Justice Alliance

News and Analysis

Climate Home

IPS News


UN Negotiations


Preamble and Text of Paris Agreement

LDC Group at UN climate negotiations

Paris Climate Justice Briefs from Third World Network

Climate Justice

Fair Shares: A civil society equity review of INDCs

Incorporating Human Rights into Climate Action from Mary Robinson Foundation

Climate Action Tracker individual country pledges for greenhouse gas emission reductions

Mapping the Impacts of Climate Change country rankings for climate impact from Center for Global Development

Climate Finance

Unfinished Business: How to close the post-Paris adaptation finance gap Oxfam Briefing Note

Adequate finance to deliver INDCs in LDCs from International Institute for Environment and Development

What Counts: Tools to Help Define and Understand Progress Towards the $100 Billion Climate Finance Commitment from CPI, ODI and WRI.

Adaptation Gap 2016 – from UN Environment Programme

Fact file: Climate change adaptation finance – from IRIN News

Clean Development Mechanism

Carbon Market Watch

Loss and Damage

Defining loss and damage: The science and politics around one of the most contested issues within the UNFCCC – from Stockholm Environment Institute

Explainer: Dealing with the ‘loss and damage’ caused by climate change – from Carbon Brief

(Un)Natural Disasters: Communicating Linkages Between Extreme Events and Climate Change – from World Meteorological Organization

Climate Change and Migration

Uprooted by Climate Change: Responding to the growing risk of displacement – Oxfam Briefing Paper

UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition

Platform on Disaster Displacement

Climate Litigation

Petition To the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines Requesting for Investigation of the Responsibility of the Carbon Majors for Human Rights Violations or Threats of Violations Resulting from the Impacts of Climate Change

Scientists Can Now Blame Individual Natural Disasters on Climate Change – from Scientific American