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Linking climate change and moral judgements

15 December 2012

Stephen Rooney “As climate change fails to generate strong moral intuitions, it does not motivate an urgent need for action in the way that other moral imperatives do.” Whilst there is consensus among the science community pertaining to the reality and extent of rapid anthropogenic climate change and the necessity of urgent action to...
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Tackling aircraft carbon emissions

15 November 2012

Stephen Rooney New developments in the trans-continental feud are emerging as a result of the expansion of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to include domestic and international airlines operating out of EU airports. This resulted in eight carriers from China and two from India refusing to report their 2011 carbon emissions, defying...
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Europe cannot not act: Adapting to climate change

30 September 2012

Stephen Rooney There is no time like the present to discuss the issues surrounding adaptation to climate change.  With the Multiannual Financial Framework for 2014–2020 currently being negotiated, and with the European Commission working on an EU adaptation strategy which is anticipated to be published in March 2013, the publication of an issue paper...
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