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Junk Art Club: The Climate Change Project – Climate Justice

Climate justice is a term used to show climate change isn’t purely an environment issue, but an ethical and political issue as well. Climate justice relates the effects of climate change to concepts of environmental and social justice, and examines issues such as equality, human rights, collective rights, and the historical responsibilities for climate change. An important concern related to climate justice is that those who are least responsible for climate change suffer its gravest consequences.

“I just want everyone young and old to be aware of climate change and to know there is a younger generation that has to deal with these problems and are wanting a solution.” -Camille Benedict

This climate justice artwork was made using the metal top from a waterproofing sealer that was used at the Safeway redevelopment project on 14th St., SE, and a Tide laundry detergent bottle.

This artwork was made by Camille Benedict.

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