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Distributive Justice, Competitiveness, and Transnational Climate Protection: “One Human – One Emission Right”

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/CCLR/2009/1/72

Felix Ekardt, Antonia von Hövel


s about national and European climate policies are increasingly facing a major obstacle: how can climate policy be advanced without detrimental effects for (national or global) social distributive justice and how can this “socially compatible climate policy” be reconciled with competitiveness concerns in a liberalized global market, particularly in the case of European climate policy if it starts to serve as a model for global climate policy? And how can this lead to a stringent, effective, and fair global climate protection regime for the peri

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