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Cities and urban communities are facing some of the most significant impacts of climate change. In the coming years, these impacts on transport, housing, food security and the natural environment will have profound adverse effects on people and planet. Against this challenging backdrop, this research asks: in what ways and to what extent can urban policy and planning to address climate change also foster and advance ecological justice? This thesis identifies three principles of ecologicaldoi:10.26021/4800 fatcat:v3hhvf3wmrhlzbam2zrnyxkdqu