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There is no consensus amongst policy makers and scholars about the role that ethical considerations should and will play in international climate change negotiations. In this article, I defend the role of ethics in these negotiations, both in the normative sense and in the descriptive sense. In doing so, I respond to a number of arguments which hold that ethical considerations either should not or will not play an important role in international climate change negotiations.doi:10.26686/pq.v4i4.4275 fatcat:wi7yg3r4bzfi7mtezmeju7tuoa