Causes and Impacts of Deficient Liability for Climate Change Damage, and an Economic Conception for Climate Change Liability That Supports Appropriate Action: DRaCULA
作者: Sacha Rene Meckler
作者单位: 1Meckon, 10 Kimberly Court, London, United Kingdom
刊名: Ecological Economics, 2017, Vol.135 , pp.288-298
来源数据库: Elsevier Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.11.020
关键词: Climate changeLiabilityNegotiationsFacilitationEconomicAccountability
原始语种摘要: Abstract(#br)To gain an understanding of the issues with environmental liability attribution, both international law and the implicit liability under the UNFCCC are reviewed, and found to be ineffective. This stems from a neoliberal marginalisation of international law and tendency to externalise liability resulting in accountability gaps, which pose major challenges for the climate regime. A socially efficient economic reframing of liability into a Dynamically Relative, and Comparatively Universal Liability Attribution (DRaCULA) framework is proposed. The attribution of liability for climate change damages under DRaCULA is algebraically developed into a conceptual model, the operation of the conceptual model is discussed and together with the framework found to be robust. Through its...
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