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Ten Practical Policy Consequences of Acknowledging Climate Change as an Ethical Problem

Although many people have acknowledged that climate change must be understood as an ethical problem, the practical significance for climate policy formation that follows from this recognition appears not to be understood widely.

This article details ten of the practical consequences, among many others, for policy formation listed by Donald A. Brown, Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics, Science and Law at Pennsylvania State University, that flow from the acknowledgement that climate change is an ethical problem.

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