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Okereke, Chuks; Coventry, Philip (2016)
Publisher: Wiley
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Identifiers:doi:10.1002/wcc.419
With a focus on key themes and debates, this article aims to illustrate and assess how the interaction between justice and politics has shaped the international regime and defined the nature of the international agreement that was signed in COP21 Paris. The work demonstrates that despite the rise of neo-conservatism and self-interested power politics, questions of global distributive justice remain a central aspect of the international politics of climate change. However, while it is relatively easy to demonstrate that international climate politics is not beyond the reach of moral contestations, the assessment of exactly how much impact justice has on climate policies and the broader normative structures of the climate governance regime remains a very difficult task. As the world digests the Paris Agreement, it is vital that the current state of justice issues within the international climate change regime is comprehensively understood by scholars of climate justice and by academics and practitioners, not least because how these intractable issues of justice are dealt with (or not) will be a crucial factor in determining the effectiveness of the emerging climate regime.
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    • 59 ENB. Summary of the Paris Climate Change Conference: 29 November - 13 December 2015. Earth Negotiations Bulletin 2015, 12(663). http://www.iisd.ca/climate/cop21/enb/ (accessed February 23 2016).
    • Framework: The right to development in a climate constrained world. Heinrich Böll Foundation, Christian Aid, EcoEquity and the Stockholm Environment Institute; 2008.
    • http://gdrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/thegdrsframework.pdf (accessed February 23 2016).
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