Volume 16, Issue 1

Climate Justice and the Right to Health – A Special Issue*

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Front Matter
Table of Contents and Masthead

The Great Procrastination

Jay Lemery, Carmel Williams, and Paul Farmer

Mary Robinson, President of the Mary Robinson Foundation-Climate Justice

Advancing Climate Justice and the Right to Health Through Procedural Rights
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Margaux J. Hall 

Climate Change, Children’s Rights, and the Pursuit of Intergenerational Climate Justice
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Elizabeth D. Gibbons 

Collective Violence Caused by Climate Change and How It Threatens Health and Human Rights
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Barry S. Levy and Victor W. Sidel

Prioritizing Health: A Human Rights Analysis of Disaster, Vulnerability, and Urbanization in New Orleans and Port-au-Prince
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Jean Carmalt

Climate Change and the Right to Health for Māori in Aotearoa/New Zealand
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Rhys Jones, Hayley Bennett, Gay Keating, and Alison Blaiklock

Rising Oceans, Climate Change, Food Aid, and Human Rights in the Marshall Islands
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Ingrid Ahlgren, Seiji Yamada, and Allen Wong

Wrong Side of the Tracks: The Neglected Human Costs of Transporting Oil and Gas
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Lloyd Burton and Paul Stretesky

Social Justice, Climate Change, and Dengue
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Aileen Y. Chang, Douglas O. Fuller, Olveen Carrasquillo, and John C. Beier

Chikungunya, Climate Change, and Human Rights
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Braden Meason and Ryan Paterson

Emerging Roles of Health Care Providers to Mitigate Climate Change Impacts: A Perspective from East Harlem, New York
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Perry E. Sheffield, Kathleen T. Durante, Elena Rahona, and Christina Zarcadoolas 

General Health and Human Rights Articles

The Impact of Reliance on Private Sector Health Services on the Right to Health
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Audrey R. Chapman

Human Rights and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
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Sara L.M. Davis

Using a Reporting System to Protect the Human Rights of People Living with HIV and Key Populations: A Conceptual Framework
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R. Taylor Williamson, Peter Wondergem, and Richard N. Amenyah

Data-Driven Human Rights: Using the Electronic Health Record to Promote Human Rights in Jail
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Sarah Glowa-Kollisch, Kelly Andrade, Richard Stazesky, Paul Teixeira, Fatos Kaba,
Ross Macdonald, Zachary Rosner, Daniel Selling, Amanda Parsons, and Homer Venters

Women, E-waste, and Technological Solutions to Climate Change
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Lucy McAllister, Amanda Magee, and Benjamin Hale

Increased Depressive Symptoms among Arab Bedouin Women Under Threat of House Demolition in Southern Israel
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Nihaya Daoud and Yousef Jabareen


*This special issue on climate justice and the right to health was co-edited by Jay Lemery, president of the Wilderness Medical Society. The publishers of Health and Human Rights thank the Wilderness Medical Society for their support of this issue.



Photo: Graeme Maclean. Image used with permission from the photographer under Creative Commons license 2.0

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