All pages with keywords: ethics

Grantham Seminar | Prue Taylor ‘Climate change and the law: diverse perspectives from the outside’

Seminar 14 Dec 2016

Ours is a time of profound ecological and moral challenges. After 50 years of environmental law and 25 years of climate change law, are we losing the woods for the … read more »


Public lecture | Climate ethics: embracing justice, avoiding extortion

Public Lecture 15 Sep 2016

LSE Deparment of Government and Grantham Research Institute public lecture, introduced and chaired by Dr Kai Spiekermann Attendance at this event is by registration only, if you would like to … read more »


Nicholas Stern

An ethical approach to assessing the risks of climate change will help countries to both overcome poverty and develop sustainably

Press release 10 September, 2015

Countries can make the transition to low-carbon economic growth, overcome poverty and raise living standards, if they both recognise the great opportunities available and embrace an ethical approach to managing climate change, says Nicholas Stern in an address to catholic leaders in Rome. read more »


Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 1: science and philosophy

Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 1: science and philosophy

a research article by Nicholas Stern 18 August, 2014

This paper examines a broad range of ethical perspectives and principles relevant to the analysis of issues raised by the science of climate change and explores their implications.  A second and companion … read more »


Joerg Chet Tremmel – Climate Change, Justice, and Future Generations

Seminar 18 Jan 2011

Part of the Climate Change and Environment Seminar Series (Lent term 2011). Speaker: Joerg Chet Tremmel, University of Tuebingen, Germany and Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment … read more »


The ethics of doing research with interpreters: Including both the researcher’s and the interpreter’s voice.

The ethics of doing research with interpreters: Including both the researcher’s and the interpreter’s voice.

a research article by Hayley Leck 6 March, 2014

Leck, H. 2014. Chapter 6 in Lunn, J. Fieldwork in the Global South: Ethical Challenges and Dilemmas, Routledge: London.


Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 2: economics and politics

Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 2: economics and politics

a working paper by Nicholas Stern 1 June, 2012

Both intergenerational and intratemporal equity are central to the examination of policy towards climate change. However, many discussions of intergenerational issues have been marred by serious … read more »


Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 1: science and philosophy

Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 1: science and philosophy

a working paper 1 June, 2012

This paper examines a broad range of ethical perspectives and principles relevant to the analysis of issues raised by the science of climate change and explores … read more »


Individual consumers and climate change: searching for a new moral compass

Individual consumers and climate change: searching for a new moral compass

a working paper 1 May, 2012

Individuals and households are responsible for about one third of all carbon emissions in the UK and the US, and yet, there has been limited policy … read more »


Carbon trading: unethical, unjust and ineffective?

Carbon trading: unethical, unjust and ineffective?

a working paper by Cameron Hepburn 1 June, 2011

Cap-and-trade systems for greenhouse gas emissions are an important part of the climate change policies of the EU, Japan and New Zealand, among others, as well … read more »