Green taxes, quotas and equality : preserving social justice whilst averting climate change
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Casal, Paula
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2016
The need for green fiscal reform is urgent in the face of climate change. Some oppose it, however, arguing that such reforms disproportionately burden poorer individuals whose emissions are far smaller than those of wealthier individuals. Defusing these criticisms, this paper argues that this is not an inevitable feature of green fiscal reform. We should adopt a more scientific attitude not only towards climate change but towards testing fiscal proposals to mitigate it, and avoid dividing, with rushed assumptions, responsible voters who care about both equality and climate change.

    Casal, Paula. Green taxes, quotas and equality : preserving social justice whilst averting climate change. En: Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review, 6 2016: 72-79

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