Defining climate change victims

Popovski, Vesselin and Mundy, Kieran G., (2012). Defining climate change victims. Sustainability Science, 7(1), 5-16

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    Author Popovski, Vesselin
    Mundy, Kieran G.
    Title Defining climate change victims
    Appearing in Sustainability Science   Check publisher's open access policy
    Volume 7
    Issue No. 1
    Publication Date 2012-01
    Place of Publication n/a
    Publisher Springer Japan
    Start page 5
    End page 16
    Abstract This article introduces the concept of “climate-change victims” and classifies categories of threats and groups of people who would be vulnerable to and victimized by human-induced climate change. (The full, correct wording is “human-induced climate-change victims”, but we will use just “climate-change victims” in the rest of the article.) It offers a definition with three levels of climate-change victimization and differentiates “climate-change victims” from “natural-disasters victims” and from “climate-change migrants”. The article sets an agenda for a new type of victimhood and could lead to further research on possible prevention, accountability measures, environmental tribunals, and compensation mechanisms to recompense climate-change victims.
    Copyright Holder Springer
    Copyright Year 2012
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISSN 1862-4065
    DOI 10.1007/s11625-011-0138-0
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