Climate Change Ethics
Dr Alex Hope, Co-Chair of the United Nations PRME Climate and Environment Working Group, and Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor Faculty of Business and Law, Deputy Dean Newcastle Business School, and Associate Professor of Business Ethics, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK
The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) agency recorded July 2021 as globally the hottest month ever recorded on earth. Wildfires raged in many parts of the world, and temperature records were broken, not by fractions of degrees, but by several degrees, in some places.
Climate Change Ethics invites contributions on the ethics of climate change, covering issues such as:
- Climate change mitigation vs climate change control
- The role of activists and activist groups such as Extinction Rebellion
- Climate Change, literature, and popular culture
- The rights and responsibilities of individuals, organizations, and governments
- How should fossil fuel companies behave?
- The purpose and effects of international accords, treaties, and events such as the Conference of the Parties, COP
- ‘Climate Denial’
- Economic issues and climate issues
A Chapter will normally be between 3000 and 6000 words, but these are not strict word limits, and can be discussed with the Editor. They should be written in English, and presented to the Editor complete and free of spelling and grammar errors. Please see our Manuscript Submission Guidelines for more information.
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