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Distributive Justice in the Age of Climate Change
Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence
Legal and political thinkers have always battled with the question of justice and, especially within a society, about the fair and just distribution of rights and responsibilities. This question is, however, not only relevant for the organization of municipal or domestic society; it has become increasingly relevant within the international legal system. An area where this has been most rife in the last three decades is the international law on climate change.doi:10.1017/cjlj.2020.13 fatcat:km673q64szgv7awe72hsxm4waa