Canned heat : ethics and politics of global climate change / editors, Marcello Di Paola, Gianfranco Pellegrino
- Ethics, human rights and global political thought
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Basic Themes: Governance, Morality and the Role of Theory -- 1.Climate Change, Global Governance and Democracy: Some Questions / David Held -- 2.Climate Change, Responsibility and Justice / Dale Jamieson -- 3.Theory and Intuitions in a Broken World / Tim Mulgan -- pt. II Political Theory of Climate Change Governance -- 4.The Ethics of Climate Change Mitigation / Ronald Sandler -- 5.Responsibility for Mitigation and Adaptation, and the Right to Sustainable Development / Darrel Moellendorf -- 6.Climate Change and Developing Countries: From Leadership to Liability / Joyeeta Gupta -- pt. III Topics in Moral Theory -- 7.Contractualism and Climate Change / Jussi Suikkanen -- 8.Kamma, Virtues and the Individual: An Early Buddhist Perspective on Climate Change / Pragati Sahni -- 9.Climate Change: Who Does What, Why and How / Marcello Di Paola -- 10.Climate Change and the Intuition of Neutrality / Francesco Orsi -- pt. IV Ramifications -- 11.Climate Change and Food Justice / Clement Loo -- 12.Climate Refugees: A Case for Protection / Gianfranco Pellegrino -- 13.Ethical Issues for Education and Climate Change / Christopher Schlottmann -- 14.The Beauty of Climate Change / Serena Ciccarelli.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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