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Title: Ethical values and global carbon integrity system
Authors: Queensland University of Technology
Maguire, Rowena
Popovski, Vesselin
Breakey, Hugh
Griffith University
Jindal Global Law School
Keywords: Environmental law
Climate change law
United Nations and Climate Change
Global Carbon Integrity
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2015
Publisher: Routledge, London
Citation: Popovski,Vesselin, Maguire Rowena, and Breakey, Hugh (2015). Ethical values and global carbon integrity system. In Hugh, Breakey and Popovski, Vesselin (eds.). Ethical values and the integrity of the climate change regime. UK:Ashgate. pp1-14
Abstract: There are many excellent books on climate justice and ethics, and their theorizing is a crucial and natural step in moving towards a justified response to this urgent problem. However, the purpose of this book lies elsewhere; it explores how ethical values can and should work in driving and structuring the global carbon integrity system.
ISBN: 9781472469595
Appears in Collections:JGU Research Publications

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