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Viewpoints On Justice, Democracy And Global Climate Change

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  • Cristina M. KASSAI

    (PhD Candidate”Acad. Andrei Radulescu” Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy, Bucharest, ROMANIA.)

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The article serves as an introduction to the anthropogenic environmental change, comprehended as the progressing and complex example of changes in the organization of the world's air emerging from human action, which has lately incited a reexamining of the degree and substance of equity. At present, the exact way of our atmosphere related commitments, and additionally general society and ecological approaches these commitments involve, stays misty, as do the ramifications of environmental change for our present comprehension of majority rules system and the institutional requests with which is related. Based on the approach presented, one clarification for this unclarity is that certified endeavors to connect logically hearty records of majority rule government and equity from one viewpoint, and solid inquiries of policymaking and vote based consideration on the other, have just as of late been pending. It can be concluded that by acquiring the majority of the exemplary issues of worldwide and intergenerational equity, and including new concerns, for example, the questionable long haul impacts of atmospheric change, climate justice is a truly complex enterprise.

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  • Cristina M. KASSAI, 2017. "Viewpoints On Justice, Democracy And Global Climate Change," Curentul Juridic, The Juridical Current, Le Courant Juridique, Petru Maior University, Faculty of Economics Law and Administrative Sciences and Pro Iure Foundation, vol. 68, pages 72-79, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:pmu:cjurid:v:68:y:2017:p:72-79
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    Keywords

    Climate justice; democracy; atmospheric change; ecological approaches;

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    • K32 - Law and Economics - - Other Substantive Areas of Law - - - Energy, Environmental, Health, and Safety Law

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