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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 »


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 emerging geographies of climate justice

The emerging geographies of climate justice

a working paper 1 June, 2012

Climate justice is a well-used concept within the international climate debate yet it has often remained little more than a static ideal. This paper brings together … read more »


From efficiency to justice: utility as the informational basis of climate change strategies, and some alternatives

From efficiency to justice: utility as the informational basis of climate change strategies, and some alternatives

a working paper by Simon Dietz 1 December, 2009

The aim of this paper is to consider, from an ethical point of view, the role that economics should play in evaluating climate change strategies. Economics has … read more »