1999. Greenhouse Gangsters vs. Climate Justice, by Kenny Bruno, Joshua Karliner and China Brotsky — first usage of the term ‘climate justice’?
2002. Bali Principles of Climate Justice, adopted using the “Environmental Justice Principles” developed at the 1991 People of Color Environmental Justice Leadership Summit, Washington, DC, as a blueprint.
2004. The Durban Declaration on Carbon Trading, October 2004.
2007. Climate Justice Now!, Founding Statement of CJN!.
2009. System Change – Not Climate Change: A People’s Declaration from Kimaforum09 — Klimaforum, signed by 295 Organizations.
2010. What Does Climate Justice Mean in Europe?, Climate Justice Alliance (CJA), February 2010.
2010. Cochabamba – Documents of the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, Bolivia, April 2010:
People’s Agreement on Climate Change
and the Rights of Mother Earth (p. 3)
Indigenous People’s Declaration: ‘Mother Earth
can live without us, but we can’t live without her’ (p. 13)
Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth (p. 17)
See also Peoples Agreement, World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, Cochabamba, April 2010 [original site link: Peoples Agreement, World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth]
2013. Mary Robinson Foundation – Declaration on Climate Justice.
2014. Margarita Declaration on Climate Change, Social PreCOP Preparatory Meeting, July 15 -18, 2014, Margarita Island, Venezuela.
2014. The Paris Declaration of Federated States, Regions and Cities, World Summit of Regions for Climate.
2015. Keep Fossil Fuels in the Ground: A Declaration for the Health of Mother Earth, by the Indigenous Environmental Network.
2017. COP 23 Statement of Principles, BlueGreen Alliance (“just transition”, finance, fossil fuel subsidies).
2018. Hands off Mother Earth! (HOME) Manifesto against Geoengineering (the large-scale manipulation of climate and earth systems with unproven technologies), by the Heinrich Böll Foundation and 110+ organizations and social movements, including renowned environmental activists.