May 17, 2021

CRITIQUE Virtual Author-Meets-Critics What Climate Justice Means (and Why We Should Care) with Elizabeth Cripps (Edinburgh University) – 14 June 2021, 9:30 am

A virtual Author-Meets-Critics with Elizabeth Cripps, University of Edinburgh on her forthcoming trade book, What Climate Justice Means (and Why We Should Care)  (Bloomsbury in 2022), with commentaries from academics, students and activists.

Elizabeth Cripps is a senior lecturer in political theory at the University of Edinburgh and associate director of CRITIQUE. She has published widely on climate ethics and justice, including an OUP monograph. She is also a former journalist.


Grace Garland, PhD candidate in Environmental Political Theory, University of Edinburgh, and part-time editor

Pooja Kishinani, final year Politics, Philosophy and Economics student at the University of Manchester, member of Climate Emergency Manchester, and co-author of the Student Guide to the Climate Crisis

Sherilyn MacGregor, Reader in Environmental Politics at the University of Manchester

David Schlosberg, Professor of Environmental Politics in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney, and Director of the Sydney Environment Institute

Heather Urquhart, climate activist with experience at Friends of the Earth Scotland (including as a former board member), Climate Action Scotland, and the Scottish Green Party

A recording of the exchange is available at this link.