Difference between revisions of "Equity principles"

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|Label=Equity principles
 
|Label=Equity principles
|Description=Effort-sharing approaches are based on equity principles, i.e. general concepts of distributive justice or fairness. Three major equity principles are: Responsibility (historical contribution to warming), Capability (ability to pay for mitigation) and Equality (equal emissions allowances per capita).
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|Description=General concepts of distributive justice or fairness used in effort sharing approaches. Three key equity principles are: Responsibility (historical contribution to warming); capability (ability to pay for mitigation); and equality (equal emissions allowances per capita).
 
|Unit=Percentage (%)
 
|Unit=Percentage (%)
 
|VariableType=driver
 
|VariableType=driver

Revision as of 10:40, 6 May 2014

Label: Equity principles
Description: General concepts of distributive justice or fairness used in effort sharing approaches. Three key equity principles are: Responsibility (historical contribution to warming); capability (ability to pay for mitigation); and equality (equal emissions allowances per capita).
Default unit: Percentage (%)
Variable type: driver
Driver group: Environmental and other policies
Values based on: Expert judgement


Drivers are described in the Drivers component.
Variable is input of model component(s):

Equity principlesClimate policyThis is a graph with borders and nodes that may contain hyperlinks.


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