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Weiterführende Literatur zum Buch Ethik Klimawandels

Die folgende Literatur eignet sich zur Vertiefung der Inhalte aus den entsprechenden Teilen des Buches Ethik des Klimawandels. Eine Einführung (WBG, 2013; 2. erw. Aufl. 2015)

Allgemeine weiterführende Literatur

  • Arnold, Denis G., Hrsg. (2011): The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Broome, John (2012): Climate Matters. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Cripps, Elizabeth (2013): Climate Change and the Moral Agent: Individual Duties in an Interdependent World. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Darwall, Stephen (1998): Philosophical Ethics. Dimensions of Philosophy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  • Gardiner, Stephen M. (2004): „Ethics and Global Climate Change“, Ethics 114 (3): 555-600.
  • - (2006): „A Perfect Moral Storm: Climate Change, Intergenerational Ethics and the Problem of Moral Corruption“, Environmental Values 15 (3): 397-413.
  • - (2010): „Ethics and climate change: an introduction“, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1 (1): 54-66.
  • - (2011): A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change. Environmental Ethics and Science Policy Series. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Gardiner, Stephen M. u.a., Hrsg. (2010): Climate Ethics: Essential Readings. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Garvey, James (2008): The Ethics of Climate Change. Right and Wrong in a Warming World. London/New York: continuum (dt.: Geistiger Klimawandel. Wie uns die Erderwärmung zum Umdenken zwingt. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2010.)
  • Gesang, Bernward (2011): Klimaethik. Frankfurt a.M.: Suhrkamp.
  • Ott, Konrad (2010): Umweltethik zur Einführung. Hamburg: Junius.
  • Page, Edward A. (2006): Climate Change, Justice and Future Generations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Palmer, Clare (2011): „Does nature matter? The place of the nonhuman in the ethics of climate change“. In: The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Hrsg. von Denis G. Arnold. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press: 272-291.
  • Vanderheiden, Steve (2008): Atmospheric Justice. A Political Theory of Climate Justice. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weiterführende Literatur zu Teil I

  • Betz, Gregor (2012): „The case for climate engineering research: an analysis of the ,arm the future' argument“, Climatic Change 111 (2): 473-485.
  • Gardiner, Stephen M. (2010): „Is ,Arming the Future' with Geoengineering Really the Lesser Evil? Some Doubts about the Ethics of Intentionally Manipulating the Climate System“. In: Climate Ethics: Essential Readings. Hrsg. von Stephen M. Gardiner u. a. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press: 284-312.
  • Gosseries, Axel (2008): „On Future Generations' Future Rights“, The Journal of Political Philosophy 11 (4): 446-474.
  • Howarth, Richard B. (1992): „Intergenerational Justice and the Chain of Obligation“, Environmental Values 1 (2): 133-140.
  • Jamieson, Dale (1996): „Ethics and Intentional Climate Change“, Climatic Change 33 (3): 323-336.
  • - (2005): „Adaptation, Mitigation, and Justice“. In: Perspectives on Climate Change: Science, Economics, Politics, Ethics. Hrsg. von Walter Sinnott-Armstrong und Richard B. Howarth. Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources, Vol. 5. Amsterdam: Elsevier: 217-248.
  • Mulgan, Tim (2006): Future People: A Moderate Consequentialist Account of Our Obligations to Future Generations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Page, Edward A. (2006): Climate Change, Justice and Future Generations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • - (2007): „Fairness on the Day after Tomorrow: Justice, Reciprocity and Global Climate Change“, Political Studies 55 (1): 225-242.
  • Parfit, Derek (2010): „Energy Policy and the Further Future. The Identity Problem“. In: Climate Ethics: Essential Readings. Hrsg. von Stephen M. Gardiner u. a. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press: 112-121.

Weiterführende Literatur zu Teil II

  • Bell, Derek (2011): „Does anthropogenic climate change violate human rights?“, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 14 (2): 99-124.
  • Birnbacher, Dieter (1988): Verantwortung für zukünftige Generationen. Stuttgart: Reclam.
  • Broome, John (2012): Climate Matters. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Caney, Simon (2010): „Climate Change, Human Rights and Moral Thresholds“. In: Human Rights and Climate Change. Hrsg. von Stephen Humphreys. Cambridge University Press: 69-90.
  • Cowen, Tyler und Derek Parfit (1992): „Against the Social Discount Rate“. In: Justice Between Age Groups and Generations. Hrsg. von Peter Laslett und James Fishkin. New Haven: Yale University Press: 144-161.
  • Gardiner, Stephen (2006): „A Core Precautionary Principle“, Journal of Political Philosophy 14 (1): 33-60.
  • Gosseries, Axel (2008): „Theories of intergenerational justice: a synopsis“, S.A.P.I.EN.S 1.1: 61-71.
  • Gosseries, Axel und Lukas H Meyer (2009): Intergenerational justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Manson, Neil A (2002): „Formulating the precautionary principle“, Environmental Ethics 24 (3): 243-262.
  • Meyer, Lukas und Dominic Roser (2009): „Enough for the Future“. In: Intergenerational Justice. Hrsg. von Axel Gosseries und Lukas H. Meyer. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 273-300.
  • Page, Edward (2006): Climate change, justice and future generations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Rendall, Matthew (2011): „Climate Change and the Threat of Disaster: The Moral Case for Taking Out Insurance at Our Grandchildren's Expense“, Political Studies 59 (4): 884-899.
  • Roeser, Sabine u. a., Hrsg. (2012): Handbook of Risk Theory. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Roser, Dominic (2009): „The discount rate: a small number with a big impact“. In: Applied Ethics: Life, Environment and Society. Hrsg. von Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy. Sapporo: Hokkaido University: 12-27.
  • Sunstein, Cass und David Weisbach (2009): „Climate Change and Discounting the Future: A Guide for the Perplexed“, Yale Law and Policy Review 27: 433-457.

Weiterführende Literatur zu Teil III

  • Baer, Paul u. a. (2010): „Greenhouse Development Rights: A Framework for Climate Protection That Is ,More Fair' Than Equal Per Capita Emissions Rights“. In: Climate Ethics. Essential Readings. Hrsg. von Stephen M. Gardiner u. a. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press: 215-230.
  • Bell, Derek R. (2010): „Justice and the politics of climate change“. In: Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society. Hrsg. von Constance Lever-Tracy. London/New York: Routledge: 423-441.
  • Caney, Simon (2005): „Cosmopolitan Justice, Responsibility, and Global Climate Change“, Leiden Journal of International Law 18 (4): 747-775.
  • - (2006): „Environmental Degradation, Reparations, and the Moral Significance of History“, Journal of Social Philosophy 37 (3): 464-482.
  • - (2009): „Justice and the distribution of greenhouse gas emissions“, Journal of Global Ethics 5 (2): 125-146.
  • - (2010): „Climate change and the duties of the advantaged“, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 13 (1): 203-228.
  • - (2011): „Climate change, energy rights, and equality“. In: The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Hrsg. von Denis G. Arnold. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press: 77-103.
  • Gosseries, Axel (2004): „Historical Emissions and Free-Riding“, Ethical Perspectives 11 (1): 36-60.
  • Grubb, Michael u. a. (1992): „Sharing the Burden“. In: Confronting Climate Change. Risks, Implications and Responses. Hrsg. von Irving M. Mintzer. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press: 305-322.
  • Meyer, Lukas H. und Dominic Roser (2010): „Climate justice and historical emissions“, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 13 (1): 229-253.
  • Moellendorf, Darrel (2011): „Common atmospheric ownership and equal emissions entitlements“. In: The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Hrsg. von Denis G. Arnold. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press: 104-123.
  • Neumayer, Eric (2000): „In defence of historical accountability for greenhouse gas emissions“, Ecological Economics 33 (2): 185-192.
  • Page, Edward (2011): „Climatic Justice and the Fair Distribution of Atmospheric Burdens“, The Monist 94 (3): 412-432.
  • - (2012): „Give it up for climate change: a defence of the beneficiary pays principle“, International Theory 4 (2): 300-330.
  • Seidel, Christian (2012): „Klimawandel, globale Gerechtigkeit und die Ethik globaler öffentlicher Güter - einige grundlegende begriffliche Fragen“. In: Globale öffentliche Güter in interdisziplinären Perspektiven. Hrsg. von Matthias Maring. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing: 179-195.
  • Shue, Henry (1996): „Environmental Change and the Varieties of Justice“. In: Earthly Goods. Environmental Change and Social Justice. Hrsg. von Fen Osler Hampson und Judith Reppy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press: 9-29.
  • - (2010): „Global Environment and International Inequality“. In: Climate Ethics. Essential Readings. Hrsg. von Stephen M. Gardiner u. a. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press: 101-111.
  • Singer, Peter (2002): One World. The Ethics of Globalization. New Haven/London: Yale University Press.
  • Weijers, Dan, David Eng und Ramon Das (2010): „Sharing the responsibility of dealing with climate change: Interpreting the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities“. In: Public Policy. Why ethics matters. Hrsg. von Jonathan Boston, Andrew Bradstock und David Eng. Canberra: ANU E Press: 141-158.

Weiterführende Literatur zu Teil IV

  • Bell, Derek (2002): „How can political liberals be environmentalists?“, Political studies 50 (4): 703-724.
  • - (2011): „Does anthropogenic climate change violate human rights?“, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 14 (2): 99-124.
  • Broome, John (2012): Climate Matters. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Cafaro, Philip (2011): „Beyond business as usual: alternative wedges to avoid catastrophic climate change and create sustainable societies“. In: The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Hrsg. von Denis G. Arnold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 192-215.
  • - (2012): „Climate ethics and population policy“, WIREs Climate Change 3 (1): 45-61.
  • Caney, Simon und Cameron Hepburn (2011): „Carbon Trading: Unethical, Unjust and Ineffective?“, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements 69: 201-234.
  • Cripps, Elizabeth (2011): „Climate change, collective harm and legitimate coercion“, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 14 (2): 171-193.
  • - (2013): Climate Change and the Moral Agent: Individual Duties in an Interdependent World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gardiner, Stephen M.(2011a): „Is no one responsible for global environmental tragedy? Climate change as a challenge to our ethical concepts“. In: The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Hrsg. von Denis G. Arnold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 38-59.
  • Gardiner, Stephen M. (2011b): A perfect moral storm: The ethical tragedy of climate change. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Gesang, Bernward, Hrsg. (2014): Kann Demokratie Nachhaltigkeit? Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Gosseries, Axel und Iñigo González, Hrsg. (2017): Institutions For Future Generations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Held, David und Angus Fane-Hervey (2011): „Democracy, Climate Change and Global Governance: Democratic Agency and the Policy Menu Ahead“. In: The Governance of Climate Change: Science, Economics, Politics and Ethics. Hrsg. von David Held, Angus Fane-Hervey und Marika Theros. Cambridge: 89-110.
  • Heyward, Clare (2012): „A Growing Problem? Dealing with Population Increases in Climate Justice“, Ethical Perspectives 19 (4): 703-732.
  • Hiller, Avram (2011): „Climate Change and Individual Responsibility“, The Monist 94 (3): 349-368.
  • Hohl, Sabine und Dominic Roser (2011): „Stepping in for the Polluters? Climate Justice under Partial Compliance“, Analyse und Kritik 33: 477-500.
  • Mulgan, Tim (2011): Teil IV aus Ethics for a Broken World. Durham: Acumen.
  • Murphy, Liam B (2000): Moral demands in nonideal theory. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Nolt, John (2011): „How Harmful Are the Average American's Greenhouse Gas Emissions?“ Ethics, Policy & Environment 14 (1): 3-10.
  • Page, Edward A (2011a): „Cashing in on climate change: political theory and global emissions trading“, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 14 (2): 259-279.
  • Page, Edward A. (2011b): „Cosmopolitanism, climate change, and greenhouse emissions trading“, International Theory 3 (1): 37-69.
  • Saul, Ulrike und Christian Seidel (2011): „Does leadership promote cooperation in climate change mitigation policy?“, Climate Policy 11 (2): 901-921.
  • Schramme, Thomas (2011): „When consumers make environmentally unfriendly choices“, Environmental Politics 20 (3): 340-355.
  • Sinn, Hans-Werner (2011): Das grüne Paradoxon: Plädoyer für eine illusionsfreie Klimapolitik. Berlin: Ullstein.
  • Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter (2005): „It's not my fault: global warming and individual moral obligations“. In: Perspectives on climate change. Bd. 4. Hrsg. von Walter Sinnott-Armstrong und Richard B.Howarth. Amsterdam: Elsevier: 285-307.
  • Spash, Clive L (2010): „The brave new world of carbon trading“, New Political Economy 15 (2): 169-195.
  • Stevenson, Hayley und John Dryzek (2014): Democratizing Global Climate Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Tomlinson, Luke (i. E.): Procedural Justice in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: Negotiating Fairness. Berlin: Springer.