A peer-reviewed article in Perspective.
Frontline communities of California experience disproportionate social, economic, and environmental injustices, and climate change is exacerbating the root causes of inequity in those areas. Yet, climate adaptation and mitigation strategies often fail to meaningfully address the experience of frontline community stakeholders.
Fernandez-Bou, Angel Santiago, J. Pablo Ortiz-Partida, Leticia M. Classen-Rodriguez, Chantelise Pells, Kristin B. Dobbin, Vicky Espinoza, José Manuel Rodríguez-Flores, Chia Thao, Courtney R. Hammond Wagner, Amanda Fencl, Humberto Flores-Landeros, Mahesh L. Maskey, Spencer A. Cole, Shayda Azamian, Eliseo Gamiño, Alexander Guzman, Ana Grace F. Alvarado, Miriam S. Campos-Martínez, Coreen Weintraub4, Espi Sandoval, Ruth M. Dahlquist-Willard, Leigh A. Bernacchi, Colleen C. Naughton, Robin M. DeLugan and Josué Medellín-Azuara. 2021. "3 Challenges, 3 Errors, and 3 Solutions to Integrate Frontline Communities in Climate Change Policy and Research: Lessons From California." Perspective https://doi.org/10.3389/fclim.2021.717554