Ethics and Climatic Uncertainty

From Donald Brown’s excellent blog on climate ethics:

A new article has been posted on ClimateEthics that argues that we have been tricked into asking the wrong questions of climate change science compared to the questions that ethics would ask climate change science. It is titled:

Have We Been Asking the Wrong Questions About Climate Change Science? Why Strong Climate Change Ethical Duties Exist Before Scientific Uncertainties are Resolved.

The article can be found at :

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