As part of the UKAID-supported program "Advancing Environmental Protection, Climate Change and Democratic Resilience in Georgia: Phase 2," the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) presents the knowledge product "Climate Change and Social Inequalities." This resource is specifically developed for media representatives and journalists in Georgia, aiming to advance environmental and climate change reporting.
This resource delves into the critical intersection of climate change and social inequalities. It explores how environmental challenges disproportionately impact vulnerable communities, shedding light on the need for inclusive and equitable climate action. By providing a deeper understanding of the social dimensions of climate change, this resource fosters a more informed and fair discourse on the subject.
Through the exploration of climate change and social inequalities, media professionals gain crucial insights into the disproportionate impacts experienced by marginalised groups. This resource highlights the challenges faced by vulnerable communities, including the unequal distribution of resources, limited access to adaptation measures, and the potential exacerbation of existing social disparities.
By incorporating the insights from "Climate Change and Social Inequalities," media professionals in Georgia can contribute to fostering a more inclusive, informed, and fair public discourse surrounding climate change. Together, we can work towards climate solutions that prioritise social justice and create a more sustainable future for all.
Please note that the knowledge products are published under the responsibility of the authors and may not necessarily represent the views of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) and the UK Government.
Georgian version of the Knowledge Product
By engaging with this knowledge product, journalists can amplify the voices of those most affected by climate change and advocate for inclusive solutions. The resource encourages media representatives to integrate social justice perspectives into their reporting, fostering a more comprehensive understanding of climate change impacts and the importance of equity in addressing them. You can download the knowledge product in pdf format.