Responding to Climate Change: Intergenerational Justice and the Universal Common Good

By: Thomas Banchoff

March 23, 2015

This week, bloggers respond to World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim's second Global Futures lecture at Georgetown on March 18, in which he presented a comprehensive and elaborate roadmap for action on climate change. Bloggers comment on the potential for the ideas of Catholic social thought to influence policy and institutional action towards a focus on the "global environmental ethic."

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Responding to Climate Change: Intergenerational Justice and the Universal Common Good