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Reading the Kyoto Protocol Ethical Aspects of the Convention on Climate Change

with contributions by Raoul Weiler, Florentin Krause, Wolfgang Sachs, Hub Zwart, Joseph Keulartz, Riccardo Petrella
eidted by Etienne Vermeersch

This book is an inspiring collection of articles, sometimes unanimous, sometimes in disagreement, which provides by its very diversity an excellent basis for further discussion and scrutiny of important questions that will concern us for many years to come. Contributors include internationally known philosophers, researchers, and environmentalists.

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