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Climate Change, Child Rights and Intergenerational Justice

Published on 1 January 2009

The response to climate change will profoundly affect the quality of life of future generations of children, yet this intergenerational aspect has yet to be placed at the heart of climate change discussions. a child rights approach to climate change would take the concerns of intergenerational justice into account and radically transform the policies and commitments of those in power. such an approach urgently needs to be implemented by governments and civil society actors shaping the response to climate change.

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IDS
authors
Stone, L. and Lofts, K.
editors
Tanner T., Khamis, M .,and Glyde, J.,
journal
IDS In Focus Policy Briefing, volume 13, issue 2

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