This  important paper presents a new and neat conceptualisation of  the transnational  injustice arising from the separation of benefits and costs from fossil fuel production and use. The transgenerational separation is briefly considered in the introduction.

The authors state “By virtue of their still-developing economies, some of the countries where future climatic changes are expected to be greatest also have the least capacity to tolerate the higher energy prices associated with a carbon tax or other climate policies.”

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