After 4 years of work by around 100 people in over 30 countries, the EJOLT conference on environmental justice showed what the international project on Environmental Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade has delivered to the world. The conference zoomed in on topics like mining – but also discussed cross cutting issues like those on the legal avenues for communities seeking environmental justice. A panel with policy experts looked at how and where the knowledge from EJOLT can and should be used.
Exactly one month after this lively discussion with 114 participants, we’re proud to present the conference report. The report also contains hyperlinks to the presentations and other resources.
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We look forward to work with you on achieving environmental justice.