How can Environmental Justice Organisations (EJOs), local communities or citizens make justice happen? What are the rules, tools and opportunities to fight back against environmental injustice?
A legal guide for communities seeking environmental justice looks at a wide range of legal avenues that can work. It’s made for those defending a worldwide frontline, a struggle against attacks to Mother Earth, the public goods and communities. As this global struggle goes on and impunity becomes standard practice, the need for procedural justice is growing. Tapping into the competences and knowledge brought together in EJOLT’s program on Law and Institutions, this manual is written on which legal tools EJOs from all over the world us.
Here’s the executive summary in .pdf