Studies on climate ethics and future generations vol. 2

Berndt Rasmussen, Katharina , Bowman, Paul J , Arrhenius, Gustaf , Bykvist, Krister , Campbell, Timothy , Steele, Katie , Roberts, Melinda A. , Rabinowicz , Wlodek , Spears, Dean , Jylhä, Kirsti , Strimling, Pontus , Rydgren, Jens , Fairbrother, Malcolm | 2020

Working paper series 2020:1–11.

Paul Bowman & Katharina Berndt Rasmussen (eds)

 

This volume comprises the second round of preprint papers written as part of the Climate ethics and future generations project. This multi-disciplinary project, led by PI Gustaf Arrhenius and co-PIs Krister Bykvist and Göran Duus-Otterström, aims to provide comprehensive and cutting-edge research on ethical questions con-cerning future generations in the context of climate change policy.

The eleven papers in this volume are organized according to the project’s three main themes: Foundational questions in population ethics, which concerns how we should evaluate future scenarios in which the number of people, their welfare, and their identities may vary; Climate justice, which concerns the just distribution of the burdens and benefits of climate change and climate policy, both intra- and inter-generationally; and From theory to practice, which concerns how to apply normative theories to the circumstances of climate change, in light of both normative uncer-tainty and practical constraints.

Person-affecting and non-identity
Krister Bykvist

What Is the Right Way to Make a Wrong a Right?
M.A. Roberts

Getting Personal - The Intuition of Neutrality Re-interpreted
Wlodek Rabinowicz

Persson's Merely Possible Persons
Krister Bykvist & Tim Campbell

Liability for Emissions without Laws or Political Institutions
Göran Duus-Otterström

Duties of Corrective Justice and Historical Emissions
Paul Bowman

The distinct moral importance of acting together
Katie Steele

Does Climate Change Policy Depend Importantly on Population Ethics? Deflationary Responses to the Challenges of Population Ethics for Public Policy
Gustaf Arrhenius, Mark Budolfson & Dean Spears

Population ethics and the prospects for fertility policy as climate mitigation policy
Mark Budolfson & Dean Spears

Climate change denial among radical right-wing supporters
Kirsti M. Jylhä, Pontus Strimling & Jens Rydgren

How Much Do We Value Future Generations? Climate Change, Debt, and Attitudes towards Policies for Improving Future Lives
Malcolm Fairbrother, Gustaf Arrhenius, Krister Bykvist & Tim Campbell

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Working paper series 2020:1–11.

Paul Bowman & Katharina Berndt Rasmussen (eds)

 

This volume comprises the second round of preprint papers written as part of the Climate ethics and future generations project. This multi-disciplinary project, led by PI Gustaf Arrhenius and co-PIs Krister Bykvist and Göran Duus-Otterström, aims to provide comprehensive and cutting-edge research on ethical questions con-cerning future generations in the context of climate change policy.

The eleven papers in this volume are organized according to the project’s three main themes: Foundational questions in population ethics, which concerns how we should evaluate future scenarios in which the number of people, their welfare, and their identities may vary; Climate justice, which concerns the just distribution of the burdens and benefits of climate change and climate policy, both intra- and inter-generationally; and From theory to practice, which concerns how to apply normative theories to the circumstances of climate change, in light of both normative uncer-tainty and practical constraints.

Person-affecting and non-identity
Krister Bykvist

What Is the Right Way to Make a Wrong a Right?
M.A. Roberts

Getting Personal - The Intuition of Neutrality Re-interpreted
Wlodek Rabinowicz

Persson's Merely Possible Persons
Krister Bykvist & Tim Campbell

Liability for Emissions without Laws or Political Institutions
Göran Duus-Otterström

Duties of Corrective Justice and Historical Emissions
Paul Bowman

The distinct moral importance of acting together
Katie Steele

Does Climate Change Policy Depend Importantly on Population Ethics? Deflationary Responses to the Challenges of Population Ethics for Public Policy
Gustaf Arrhenius, Mark Budolfson & Dean Spears

Population ethics and the prospects for fertility policy as climate mitigation policy
Mark Budolfson & Dean Spears

Climate change denial among radical right-wing supporters
Kirsti M. Jylhä, Pontus Strimling & Jens Rydgren

How Much Do We Value Future Generations? Climate Change, Debt, and Attitudes towards Policies for Improving Future Lives
Malcolm Fairbrother, Gustaf Arrhenius, Krister Bykvist & Tim Campbell

Find more information at climateethics.se.