Papers must necessarily focus on the central theme of the Congress: Climate Justice and Human Rights.



Only papers that have been previously approved by the International Scientific Committee will be published online.

Papers may be defended in Spanish, English, Portuguese and Italian.

Certificates will be sent by email in PDF format to the authors at the end of the congress.

One paper per person will be accepted (the same person may not present more than one paper). In the event that the abstract is rejected, another proposal may be submitted once you have been notified. This proposal will also be subject to evaluation.

In the case of papers by more than one author, they will be published with all the names, but the video presentation will only be certified for the author(s) who have previously registered.



  • The anthropocene footprint on climate: the devastating effects of climate change
  • Climate forecast data and unsustainable economic development. The climate debt of the global north
  • Social impacts of climate change
  • Forced displacement. The challenge of climate migration
  • Global governance and legal protection of the environment
  • Social movements for climate justice
  • Global climate governance
  • Environmental administrative law
  • Criminal protection of the environment: ecocide and illegal shipments of toxic waste
  • Labour law and climate protection in the production chain
  • Decent work and environmental taxation: the SDGs
  • Climate and business: corporate responsibility
  • Climate litigation and liability for loss and damage
  • Social intervention and climate change
  • Changing consumption patterns
  • Climate change communication and discursive strategies
  • Sustainability education



In addition to the papers, there is also the possibility of presenting documentaries that will be screened in an exclusive space within the Congress.

The theme of the documentary must be related to one of the thematic lines of the Congress, be directed or be of original authorship of the participant and have the rights of communication. The maximum duration of each documentary will be 30 minutes, with a subsequent space for debate.

The registration process for the Congress will follow the same procedure as for communications and participants will receive the corresponding certification from the University of Salamanca. Only the presentation of the documentaries will be certified after registration.