Introduction; I. Under the Weather; 1. A brief history of the climate; 2. Greenhouse gasses and climate change; 3. Climate modeling; 4. Predictions; II. The Weight of the World; 5. Morality, context, and the scope of the problem; 6. Responsibility for the past; 7. Responsibility for the present; 8. Responsibility for the future; III. Global Responses; 9. Refusing to act; 10. Adaptation; 11. The Kyoto Protocol; 12. Kinds of allocation; IV. Individual Responses; 13. Individual responsibilities and climate change; 14. Group action; Appendix: Carbon calculation; Appendix: Suggestions for reducing individual carbon emissions; Epilogue.
James Garvey is Secretary of the Royal Institute of Philosophy and author of The Twenty Greatest Philosophy Books (Continuum, 2006).
"Garvey's book explores the philosophical implications of, and for,
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