Łagodzenie skutków zmiany klimatu a zasada nieszkodzenia


Każdy przydział emisji prowadzi do przyznania praw emisyjnych opartych na sprawiedliwości dystrybutywnej (nawet jeśli taktyka była wcześniej zweryfikowana pod względem utylitaryzmu na poziomie filozoficznym). W konsekwencji podejście sprawiedliwości dystrybuowanej legitymizuje poziom emisji. Gdy konkretny poziom emisji zostaje uprawomocniony, o ile jest zgodny z ustanowionym budżetem emisji, w celu podziału uprawnień do emisji, w momencie , gdy poziom emisji osiągnął pewien niebezpieczny poziom pojawia się zrozumiała potrzeba zachowania funkcjonującego „zrównoważonego”  programu klimatycznego. Z perspektywy Foucaultowskiej archeologii wiedzy i w celu oceny epistemologii zmiany klimatu będzie możliwe podważenie możliwości przejścia z modelu definiowania norm prawa socjalnego na model łagodzenia skutków zmiany klimatu.

Słowa kluczowe

biosfera; prawo socjalne; ekologiczne prawo naturalne; zasada nieszkodzenia; zbrodnia przeciwko ludzkości; koncepcja harmonii; epistemologia sprawiedliwości; archeologia wiedzy

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Piguet, F.-P. (2018). Łagodzenie skutków zmiany klimatu a zasada nieszkodzenia. Humanistyka I Przyrodoznawstwo, (24), 49-85. https://doi.org/10.31648/hip.2597

Frédéric-Paul Piguet  fppiguet@institutbiosphere.ch
Instytut Biosfery, Genewa; Uniwersytet w Lozannie, Wydział Geologii i Środowiska  Szwajcaria

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