Environmental Justice in an Interdisciplinary Context

In empirical research on environmental justice, unequal environmental burdens are usually automatically considered as injustices. However, from a normative perspective, this is not necessarily the case. This research field investigates both the appropriate distribution of environmental risks and burdens, as well as the fair differentiation of responsibilities with a view to the implementation of corresponding measures. One particular focus is on measures for climate adaptation, issues concerning climate loss and damage, and implementing geoengineering technologies.

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Ivo Wallimann-Helmer

Professor ordinaire, Department of Geosciences

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Hanna Schübel

Assistant-e diplômé-e / Assistant-e source tierce, Department of Geosciences

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