Copenhague y el cambio climático

Razón y Asuntos Públicos 15 (15):1-3 (2010)

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This paper discusses ethical issues related to the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Copenhagen.
Keywords climate change  applied ethics  environmental ethics
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