Responsibility for climate justice: Political not moral

  title={Responsibility for climate justice: Political not moral},
  author={Michael Christopher Sardo},
  journal={European Journal of Political Theory},
  • M. Sardo
  • Published 14 September 2020
  • Political Science
  • European Journal of Political Theory
How should responsibility be theorized in the context of the global climate crisis? This question is often framed through the language of distributive justice. Because of the inequitable distributi... 
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