Global Justice : Theory Practice Rhetoric

Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric (TPR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal which publishes original research in international political theory, with special emphasis on global justice. We are particularly interested in bridging the gap between political theory, empirical research, and the study of political practices and communication. Read more...


Current Volume

Volume 8, No 2: Climate Justice (2015)

Introduction

Climate Justice PDF
Julian Culp, Tamara Jugov, Miriam Ronzoni, Laura Valentini

Articles

Climate Change, Population, and Justice: Hard Choices to Avoid Tragic Choices PDF
Elizabeth Cripps
Responsibility and Climate Change PDF
Dale Jamieson
Climate Change and Justice between Nonoverlapping Generations PDF
Anja Karnein
Can Dangerous Climate Change Be Avoided? PDF
Darrel Moellendorf
Uncertainty as the Reason for Action: Last Opportunity and Future Climate Disaster PDF
Henry Shue

Reviews

Climate Engineering: For and Against PDF
Daniel Edward Callies
The Ethics of Energy Production, Transportation, and Consumption PDF
Laura Lo Coco