A Case for Collective Conscience: Climategate, COP-15 and Climate Justice

@article{DeaneDrummond2011ACF,
  title={A Case for Collective Conscience: Climategate, COP-15 and Climate Justice},
  author={Celia Deane‐Drummond},
  journal={Studies in Christian Ethics},
  year={2011},
  volume={24},
  pages={22 - 5}
}
This paper argues that given the importance of joining together local and global aspects of climate change, individual conscience needs to be complemented by critical consideration of collective forms of conscience. Evidence for the existence of such collective forms as relevant to climate debates can be found in public reactions to email leaks on climate science, dubbed ‘Climategate’ in the processes leading up to the United Nations Summit on Climate Change, COP-15. In critical engagement with… 

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