Climate justice involves more than a fair distribution of benefits and burdens: It requires radical, structural change – Anna Grear

Posted on 28 November 2013 by Christopher Burns

This blog post originally appears on the LSE Dahrendorf Blog site.  Anna Grear writes on the concept of ‘climate justice’. Broadly speaking, climate justice incorporates a view of the effects of climate change as an ethical issue relating to principles such as social and environmental justice. She argues that climate justice is best illustrated by
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Europe’s Nobel Prize. Deserved or Not?

Posted on 21 November 2012 by Alison Tobin

Centre for European Law and Governance – Round Table Speakers: Prof. Alistair Cole: ‘The European Union and the Reconciliation of Europe’ Prof. Jiri Priban: ‘Europe’s Perpetual Peace – Sweet Dreams and Graveyard Nightmares’ Prof. Urfan Khaliq: ‘The EU: promoting peace or its interests in the wider world?’ Prof. Stijn Smismans: ‘Why myths are good: the
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