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|Title:||Ethics and governance in climate change debate: Need for institutional shift from nation-states to individuals|
|Citation:||Goyal, Y. (2016). Ethics and governance in climate change debate: Need for institutional shift from nation-states to individuals. In H. Breakey, V. Popovski, & R. Maguire (Eds.), Ethical values and the integrity of the climate change regime (pp. 119–130). New York: Routledge.|
|Abstract:||My aim in this chapter will be twofold. First, I attempt to discover and collate the blind spots of existing ethical frameworks which dominate climate change debate, and show how this leads to failed attempts for identifying a unanimoulsy binding framework. Second , I offer an alternative perspective, based upon a focus on rich and poor people, rather than rich and poor people, rather than rich and poor nations. Here, I will shift the attention from the international governance rubric to integrity concerns, domestic institutions and remapping of key variables.|
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