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How should responsibilities and costs be distributed? Contributors approach this complex question from economic, sociological, psychological, ethical and legal standpoints.
Overview and synthesis, F.L. Toth; equity issues and integrated assessment, S. Roynor, E. Malone and M. Thompson; climate change and multiple views of fairness, J. Bayer; climate change impact valuation and aggregation, R.S.J. Tol, S. Frankhauser and D.W. Pearce; fairness criteria in the allocation of climate protection burdens, C. Helm; economic approaches to the anlaysis of burden sharing, H.A. Aaheim; biases in allocating obligations for climate protection, V. Linneweber; fairness considerations to local environmental value and consciousness in climate policy, S. Nishoika; justice, equity and efficiency in a developing country, P.R. Shulka; justice in the international greenhouse, F. Biermann; equity in international law, J. Kokott; greenhouse gas regulation, D. Victor.