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This is not an attempt at defining reparative climate justice, but in identifying some of the potential structural and social systems to overhaul in helping us on our way towards a future built on care and cooperation in a changed climate. Anna Lau, thank you for helping me deepen connections between the various chapters of this report. Zahra Dalilah, thank you for your constant belief and kind reflective comments. Alexandra Wanjiku Kelbert, thank you for your detailed feedback which enriched the final chapter. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik and John Daniel Farrugia, thank you for compiling a literature review of current climate change impacts. Being part of, or witness to, conversations with and between friends and siblings at Black Lives Matter UK, Community Centred Knowledge, Decolonising Economics, Demand Climate Justice, Healing Justice London, Labour for a Green New Deal, Land in our Names, People & Planet, Platform London, The Leap, War on Want, and Wretched of the Earth have heavily informed the content. Thank you. Errors, gaps and omissions are mine alone.