Burden Sharing and Fairness Principles in International Climate Policy

@article{Ringius2002BurdenSA,
  title={Burden Sharing and Fairness Principles in International Climate Policy},
  author={L. Ringius and A. Torvanger and A. Underdal},
  journal={International Environmental Agreements},
  year={2002},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-22}
}
One of the major challenges facing participants in the global climate change negotiations is to find a scheme of burden sharing that can be accepted as "fair" by all or at least most governments. In this article we first explore which basic principles of fairness seem to be sufficiently widely recognized to serve as a normative basis for such a scheme. We then examine a set of proposals for differentiating obligations that have been submitted by governments in the negotiations leading up to the… Expand
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