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Climate Justice for a Global Treaty:

An Australian Perspective

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/cclr/2017/1/7

Evgeny Guglyuvatyy


Concerns for justice are widely considered in international climate negotiations as central to effective responses to climate change. However, there is debate as to what crucial notions of justice need to be reflected in a global climate change treaty. This study uses the Delphi method to identify the climate justice concepts that would be most appropriate for the global climate treaty from an Australian perspective. It is contended that the Delphi method, which allows future forecasting based on the consensus feedback of an expert panel, is the best technique to advance a defensible action plan to ensure climate justice.

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