Ethics, Environmental Justice and Climate Change

Ethics, Environmental Justice and Climate Change

Elgar Research Reviews in Social and Political Science

Paul G. Harris

Climate change cannot be fully understood or effectively mitigated without considering its ethical aspects. This research review discusses recent articles, by eminent experts in the field, to illuminate the ethics of climate change and the related questions of justice. The author explores the themes of environmental philosophy, duties and responsibilities, intergenerational justice, international equity, cosmopolitanism, human rights, individual obligations and climate policy.

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Paul G. Harris

Subjects: business and management, business ethics and trust, corporate social responsibility, environment, climate change

Climate change cannot be fully understood or effectively mitigated without considering its ethical aspects. This research review discusses recent articles, by eminent experts in the field, to illuminate the ethics of climate change and the related questions of justice. The author explores the themes of environmental philosophy, duties and responsibilities, intergenerational justice, international equity, cosmopolitanism, human rights, individual obligations and climate policy.

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