An Interview with Professor Simon Caney


  • Eric Brandstedt Lund University, Sweden



Simon Caney, Climate justice, Human Rights, Climate ethics


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How to Cite

Brandstedt, E. (2014) “An Interview with Professor Simon Caney”, De Ethica, 1(1), pp. 71–84. doi: 10.3384/de-ethica.2001-8819.141171.