Sea level rise will destroy fertile land and lead to salinization of freshwater

Sea level rise will destroy fertile land and lead to

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Sea-level rise will destroy fertile land and lead to salinization of freshwater a.iv. Severe weather events can destroy agriculture 1. The human right not to be subject to enforced relocation: all persons have a human right not to be forcibly evicted a. Rising sea levels and drought will lead to forced relocation 1.3 The Road Not Taken Caney thinks Shue has avoided talking explicitly about human rights because they are contentious However Caney thinks one can develop an "overlapping consensus" in which there are several distinct rationales for endorsing a strong program of mitigation and adaptation, one of which is a right-centred approach 1.4. Human Rights and The Future Wilfred Beckermann and Joanna Pasek: it is absurd to think that future peoples have rights To possess a right one must be in existence Future people do not exist Robert Elliott's distinction: 1. Non-concessional view: future people possess rights now 2. Concessional view: future people will possess rights when they are born a. If interests are so fundamental that they generate duties they surely generate duties on all who can jeopardize them b.
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