Loss and Damage from Climate Change: A New Climate Justice Agenda

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Loss and Damage from Climate Change : A New Climate Justice Agenda. / Boyd, Emily; Chaffin, Brian ; Dorkenoo, Kelly; Jackson, Guy; Harrington, Luke ; N'Guetta, Alicia; Johansson, Emma; Nordlander, Linnéa; Paolo de Rosa, Salvatore; Raju, Emmanuel; Scown, Murray; Soo, Joyce; Stuart-Smith, Rupert.

In: One Earth, 2021.

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Boyd, E, Chaffin, B, Dorkenoo, K, Jackson, G, Harrington, L, N'Guetta, A, Johansson, E, Nordlander, L, Paolo de Rosa, S, Raju, E, Scown, M, Soo, J & Stuart-Smith, R 2021, 'Loss and Damage from Climate Change: A New Climate Justice Agenda', One Earth. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2021.09.015

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Boyd, E., Chaffin, B., Dorkenoo, K., Jackson, G., Harrington, L., N'Guetta, A., Johansson, E., Nordlander, L., Paolo de Rosa, S., Raju, E., Scown, M., Soo, J., & Stuart-Smith, R. (2021). Loss and Damage from Climate Change: A New Climate Justice Agenda. One Earth. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2021.09.015

Vancouver

Boyd E, Chaffin B, Dorkenoo K, Jackson G, Harrington L, N'Guetta A et al. Loss and Damage from Climate Change: A New Climate Justice Agenda. One Earth. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2021.09.015

Author

Boyd, Emily ; Chaffin, Brian ; Dorkenoo, Kelly ; Jackson, Guy ; Harrington, Luke ; N'Guetta, Alicia ; Johansson, Emma ; Nordlander, Linnéa ; Paolo de Rosa, Salvatore ; Raju, Emmanuel ; Scown, Murray ; Soo, Joyce ; Stuart-Smith, Rupert. / Loss and Damage from Climate Change : A New Climate Justice Agenda. In: One Earth. 2021.

Bibtex

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title = "Loss and Damage from Climate Change: A New Climate Justice Agenda",
abstract = "The effects of climate change, whether they be via slow- or rapid-onset events such as extreme events, are inflicting devastating losses and damage on communities around the world, with the most vulnerable affected the most. Although the negative impacts of climate change and the concept of loss and damage are included in international conventions, such as the United Nations Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage and Article 8 of the Paris Agreement, these stop short of providing clear compensation mechanisms. The science of loss and damage has evolved with the development of extreme event attribution science, which assesses the probability of an extreme event being influenced by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, but loss and damage still suffers from the lack of a clear definition and measurability and is further complicated by debates on climate justice and shared but differentiated responsibilities. This primer presents an overview of loss and damage, discusses the complexities and knowledge gaps, and proposes next steps for an interdisciplinary research agenda.",
author = "Emily Boyd and Brian Chaffin and Kelly Dorkenoo and Guy Jackson and Luke Harrington and Alicia N'Guetta and Emma Johansson and Linn{\'e}a Nordlander and {Paolo de Rosa}, Salvatore and Emmanuel Raju and Murray Scown and Joyce Soo and Rupert Stuart-Smith",
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AU - Boyd, Emily

AU - Chaffin, Brian

AU - Dorkenoo, Kelly

AU - Jackson, Guy

AU - Harrington, Luke

AU - N'Guetta, Alicia

AU - Johansson, Emma

AU - Nordlander, Linnéa

AU - Paolo de Rosa, Salvatore

AU - Raju, Emmanuel

AU - Scown, Murray

AU - Soo, Joyce

AU - Stuart-Smith, Rupert

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N2 - The effects of climate change, whether they be via slow- or rapid-onset events such as extreme events, are inflicting devastating losses and damage on communities around the world, with the most vulnerable affected the most. Although the negative impacts of climate change and the concept of loss and damage are included in international conventions, such as the United Nations Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage and Article 8 of the Paris Agreement, these stop short of providing clear compensation mechanisms. The science of loss and damage has evolved with the development of extreme event attribution science, which assesses the probability of an extreme event being influenced by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, but loss and damage still suffers from the lack of a clear definition and measurability and is further complicated by debates on climate justice and shared but differentiated responsibilities. This primer presents an overview of loss and damage, discusses the complexities and knowledge gaps, and proposes next steps for an interdisciplinary research agenda.

AB - The effects of climate change, whether they be via slow- or rapid-onset events such as extreme events, are inflicting devastating losses and damage on communities around the world, with the most vulnerable affected the most. Although the negative impacts of climate change and the concept of loss and damage are included in international conventions, such as the United Nations Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage and Article 8 of the Paris Agreement, these stop short of providing clear compensation mechanisms. The science of loss and damage has evolved with the development of extreme event attribution science, which assesses the probability of an extreme event being influenced by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, but loss and damage still suffers from the lack of a clear definition and measurability and is further complicated by debates on climate justice and shared but differentiated responsibilities. This primer presents an overview of loss and damage, discusses the complexities and knowledge gaps, and proposes next steps for an interdisciplinary research agenda.

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