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Governance & Climate Justice

Global South & Developing Nations

  • Aims at capturing international climate change mitigation and adaptation regimes in order to derive fair climate stability implementation strategies

  • Discusses why consumption causing climate change can be regulated through carbon tax

  • Provides an interdisciplinary understanding of innovative applications of social economics for the alleviation of intergenerational imbalances

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Table of contents

About this book

Introduction

This book examines international climate change mitigation and adaptation regimes with the aim of proposing fair climate stability implementation strategies. Based on the current endeavors to finance climate change mitigation and adaptation around the world, the author introduces a 3-dimensional climate justice approach to share the benefits and burdens of climate change equitably within society, across the globe and over time.

Julia Puaschunder conducts research as a Prize Fellow in the Inter-University Consortium of New York at Columbia University, Princeton University and The New School. She supports an Economics of Climate Change Project Speaker Series in New York City and an Environmental Justice Foundation at Yale University.


Keywords

Tax Bond Global Governance Green Carbon Consumption Climate Change Climate Climate change management

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.The New School & Columbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

About the authors

Julia Puaschunder conducts research as a Prize Fellow in the Inter-University Consortium of New York at Columbia University, Princeton University and The New School. She supports an Economics of Climate Change Project Speaker Series in New York City and an Environmental Justice Foundation at Yale University.



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