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Climate Change Geoengineering
Cambridge University Press
9781107023932 - Climate Change Geoengineering - Philosophical Perspectives, Legal Issues, and Governance Frameworks - Edited by Wil C. G. Burns and Andrew L. Strauss
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Contents

List of Contributors
vii
Introduction:The Emerging Salience of Geoengineering
Wil C. G. Burns and Andrew L. Strauss
1
Part I    Ethics and Philosophy
9
1         Geoengineering and Moral Schizophrenia: What Is the Question?
Stephen M. Gardiner
11
2         The Ethical Foundations of Climate Engineering
Clive Hamilton
39
3         The Psychological Costs of Geoengineering: Why It May Be Hard to Accept Even If It Works
Gareth Davies
59
Part II   Law and Governance
79
4         Geoengineering and Climate Management: From Marginality to Inevitability
Jay Michaelson
81
5         Climate Engineering and the Anthropocene Era
Lee Lane
115
6         Political Legitimacy in Decisions about Experiments in Solar Radiation Management
David R. Morrow, Robert E. Kopp, and Michael Oppenheimer
146
7         Geoengineering and the Myth of Unilateralism: Pressures and Prospects for International Cooperation
Joshua B. Horton
168
8         International Legal Regimes and Principles Relevant to Geoengineering
Albert C. Lin
182
9         Climate Geoengineering: Solar Radiation Management and Its Implications for Intergenerational Equity
Wil C. G. Burns
200
10        Ocean Iron Fertilization: Science, Law, and Uncertainty
Randall S. Abate
221
11        Ocean Iron Fertilization: Time to Lift the Research Taboo
Kerstin Güssow, Andreas Oschlies, Alexander Proelss, Katrin Rehdanz, and Wilfried Rickels
242
12        Remaking the World to Save It: Applying U.S. Environmental Laws to Climate Engineering Projects
Tracy Hester
263
Index
315



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