Shared political responsibiilty
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This chapter explores the nature of political responsibilty in relation to climate change. It argues that rather than identify specific agents responsible for climate change - an approach that dominates legal and moral theory - a political responsibility framework provides ways of thinking about global dilemmas in terms of political actions that we may undertake together. It draws on the theoretical notion of 'shared responsibility' to develop this concept.
Lang , A 2015 , Shared political responsibiilty . in A Nollkaemper & D Jacobs (eds) , Distribution of Responsibilities in International Law . Cambridge University Press , pp. 62-86 . https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316227466.004
Distribution of Responsibilities in International Law
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