Studies on climate ethics and future generations vol. 3

Roussos, Joe , Bowman, Paul J , Spears, Dean , Stefánsson, H. Orri , Steele, Katie , Broome, John , Campbell, Timothy , Greaves, Hilary , Roberts, Melinda A. , Herlitz, Anders , Cusbert, John & Nicholas Lawson | 2021

Working paper series 2021:1-10

Joe Roussos & Paul Bowman (eds)

This volume comprises the third collection of working papers by researchers within the program Climate ethics and future generations.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.

Calibrating Variable-Value Population Ethics
Dean Spears & H. Orri Stefánsson

Awareness Growth and Belief Revision
Joe Roussos

Why Time Discounting Should Be Exponential: A Reply to Callender
Katie Steele

Population Externalities and Optimal Social Policy
Nicholas Lawson & Dean Spears

How Much Harm Does Each of Us Do?
John Broome

Offsetting, Denialism, and Risk
Tim Campbell

The Relevance of Motivations to Wrongdoing for Contributing to Climate Change
Paul Bowman

Comparing Existence and Non-Existence
Hilary Greaves & John Cusbert

Does Climate Change Put Ethics on a Collision Course with Itself?
M.A. Roberts

Fixing Person-Based Stakes in Distributive Theory
Anders Herlitz

Find more information at climateethics.se.

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Order the rapport for 80 SEK within Sweden. Send us an e-mail with the name of the report and information about delivery and invoice addresses to info@iffs.se. 

 

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Working paper series 2021:1-10

Joe Roussos & Paul Bowman (eds)

This volume comprises the third collection of working papers by researchers within the program Climate ethics and future generations.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.

Calibrating Variable-Value Population Ethics
Dean Spears & H. Orri Stefánsson

Awareness Growth and Belief Revision
Joe Roussos

Why Time Discounting Should Be Exponential: A Reply to Callender
Katie Steele

Population Externalities and Optimal Social Policy
Nicholas Lawson & Dean Spears

How Much Harm Does Each of Us Do?
John Broome

Offsetting, Denialism, and Risk
Tim Campbell

The Relevance of Motivations to Wrongdoing for Contributing to Climate Change
Paul Bowman

Comparing Existence and Non-Existence
Hilary Greaves & John Cusbert

Does Climate Change Put Ethics on a Collision Course with Itself?
M.A. Roberts

Fixing Person-Based Stakes in Distributive Theory
Anders Herlitz

Find more information at climateethics.se.

Order the report
Order the rapport for 80 SEK within Sweden. Send us an e-mail with the name of the report and information about delivery and invoice addresses to info@iffs.se.