Isegoría, No 61 (2019)

Dos principios retrospectivos de justicia climática


https://doi.org/10.3989/isegoria.2019.061.12

Iñigo González Ricoy
Universitat de Barcelona, España
orcid https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0791-5794

Resumen


El artículo analiza dos principios retrospectivos sobre cómo deberían distribuirse los costes de mitigación y adaptación al cambio climático. Según el principio de responsabilidad histórica, dichos costes deberían ser asumidos por quienes han causado el cambio climático. Según el principio del beneficio, deberían ser asumidos por los beneficiarios de las actividades causantes del cambio climático, con independencia de que hayan contribuido a ellas o no. El artículo presenta los principios y sus implicaciones, analiza sus principales problemas y argumenta que una combinación de ambos resuelve dichos problemas y proporciona una respuesta adecuada sobre cómo distribuir los costes de mitigación y adaptación.

Palabras clave


Cambio climático; principio de responsabilidad; principio del beneficio

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