Environmental Values

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 6, December

Climate of Arrogance, Disengagement and Injustice
At the time of writing the Paris COP21 conference is a few weeks away. Maybe they will agree to a robust framework of emissions reduction and adaptation motivated by a precautionary ethical principle (Hartzell-Nichols 2014), development assistance...
Is It Arrogant to Deny Climate Change or Is It Arrogant to Say It Is Arrogant? Understanding Arrogance and Cultivating Humility in Climate Change Discourse and Education
ABSTRACT This paper assesses the charge that climate change denial is arrogant and considers the educational priorities most appropriate to fostering greater humility about the climate change problem. I argue that even denial formed in ignorance...
Managing Climate Change: Shifting Roles for NGOs in the Climate Negotiations
ABSTRACT Non-governmental organisations have been playing a significant role in the formation and implementation of global climate change policies. The incremental participation of non-governmental organisations in climate change negotiations is...
Political Ambiguity in Chinese Climate Change Discourses
ABSTRACT China'spolitical environment offers limited space for critical debates on domestic politics. In such a constrained environment, people tend to represent and articulate climate change issues without explicitly addressing their political...
Stability and Change in British Public Discourses about Climate Change between 1997 and 2010
ABSTRACT Public understanding of climate change has been a topic of environmental social sciences research since the early 1990s. To date, temporal change in climate change understanding has been approached almost exclusively using quantitative,...
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