Keywords: Climate change; intergenerational justice; discount rate; rational decision-making; applied ethics Word Count: 7000.
Proceedings from the 50th Societas Ethica Annual Conference 2013. Climate Change; Sustainability; and an Ethics of an Open Future. August 22-25; 2013; Soesterberg; The Netherlands
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