The paradox of global environmental justice: Appealing to the distributive justice framework for the global South

@article{Chemhuru2019ThePO,
  title={The paradox of global environmental justice: Appealing to the distributive justice framework for the global South},
  author={Munamato Chemhuru},
  journal={South African Journal of Philosophy},
  year={2019},
  volume={38},
  pages={30 - 39}
}
While a relativist view of environmental ethics could be quite difficult to justify, it is also difficult to be so strict about the quest for global environmental justice. At the same time, even though the reality of environmental degradation is plain to see, most African traditional communities, and even their respective states at large, still wallow in poverty such that they remain in need of developing themselves if they are to reach the level of development of the countries in the global… Expand
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