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Human rights and climate change

Human rights and climate change (Loan 11 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Humphreys, Stephen.
Title Statement
Human rights and climate change / edited by Stephen Humphreys ; with a foreword by Mary Robinson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   c2010.  
Physical Medium
xx, 348 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780521762762 0521762766
Content Notes
Introduction: Human rights and climate change / Stephen Humphreys -- Competing claims : human rights and climate harms / Stephen Humphreys -- Climate change, human rights and moral thresholds / Simon Caney -- Equitable utilization of the atmosphere : a rights-based approach to climate change? / Dinah Shelton -- Climate change, human rights and corporate accountability / Peter Newell -- Rethinking human rights : the impact of climate change on the dominant discourse / Sam Adelman -- The Kyoto Protocol and vulnerability : human rights and equity dimensions / Philippe Cullet -- Forests, climate change and human rights : managing risks and trade-offs / Frances Seymour -- Climate change and the right to the highest attainable standard of health / Paul Hunt and Rajat Khosla -- Human rights and vulnerability to climate change / Jon Barnett -- Climate change, evolution of disasters and inequality / John C. Mutter and Kye Mesa Barnard -- Conceiving justice : articulating common causes in distinct regimes / Stephen Humphreys.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human rights. Climatic changes -- Law and legislation. Global warming -- Law and legislation. Climatic changes -- Political aspects -- Developing countries.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction: the human rights dimensions of climate change Stephen Humphreys; Part I. Rights Perspectives on Global Warming: 1. Competing justice claims: human rights, climate harms and international disorder Stephen Humphreys; 2. Climate change, human rights and moral thresholds Simon Caney; 3. Equitable utilization of the atmosphere: a rights-based approach to climate change? Dinah Shelton; 4. Climate change, human rights and corporate accountability Peter Newell; 5. Rethinking human rights: the impact of climate change on the dominant discourse Sam Adelman; Part II. Priorities, Risks and Inequities in Global Responses: 6. The Kyoto protocol and vulnerability: equity and human rights dimensions Philippe Cullet; 7. Forests, climate change and human rights: managing risks and trade-offs Frances Seymour; 8. Climate change and the right to the highest attainable standard of health Paul Hunt and Rajat Khosla; 9. Human rights and vulnerability to climate change Jon Barnett; 10. Climate change, evolution of disasters and inequality Kye Mesa Barnard and John Mutter; Part III. Conclusion: 11. Conceiving justice: articulating common causes in parallel regimes Stephen Humphreys; Appendix: climate change impacts on human rights.


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