Global Justice, Climate Justice, and Population
Dr Elizabeth Cripps
This project defends and explores the implications of the interdependence of climate justice, global justice, and sustainable population. I ask what hard policy choices might need to be made on population growth to avoid bequeathing tragic choices to future generations, warn against considering population from too narrow an environmental ethics perspective (one neglecting crucial considerations of global justice), and challenge the moral credibility of environmental arguments for reducing immigration to developed countries.
For more information on my research, please see my website.