Climate change justice and responsibility ethical policy

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Climate change justice and responsibility ethical policy

Ethics, Morality and World Order,

Coursework type: ETHICAL POLICY BRIEF

2000 WORD POLICY BRIEF ON:
1)    Climate Change Justice and the Responsibility , if any, of Global North Countries to those affected by Climate Change.

Resources:
●     Ethics, The Environment and The Changing International Order, International Affairs.
○      By: Henry Shrue-07/1995
●      Climate Change Justice in Philosophy and Public Affairs
○      By: Mathias Frisch- 06/2012
●      Ethics and Environment
○      By: Kretz, Lisa 2012
●      Climate Change, Responsability, and Justice
○      By: Jamieson,Dale
■      Science and Engineering Ethics, 2010, Vol. 16(3), pp. 431-445.
●      Distributing the burdens of climate change,
○      By: Edward A. Page (2008)
■      Environmental Politics, 17:4, 556-575, DOI: 10.1080/09644010802193419
Above there are 5 sources I have picked but I need 25 more sources that are PEER REVIEW AND ONLY ACADEMIC.

CRITERIA TO DO WELL

IDENTIFICATION
–       Firstly, is the definition of the policy issue sufficiently analytical?
–       Secondly, are the Ideas made in a logical sequence?
–       Thirdly, are the policy briefs ideas appropriately support through ethical and/or theoretical debates within IR?

Climate change justice and responsibility ethical policy

USE OF EVIDENCE
–       Are the Ideas put forward support by evidence from cite sources?
–       Are the range of sources drawn upon sufficient and also appropriate?
–       If empirical evidence is use , is it described clearly in and also in appropriate detail?
–       Does the evidence presented support  the objectives  of the policy briefs?
–       Is the interpretation of the evidence present appropriately qualify ?
( i.e. avoiding overgeneralizations and sweeping statements?)

SUBSTANTIVE CONTENT
–       Is the policy put forward adequately back up rather than just assert?
–       The sources used subject to analysis and critical reflection?
–       Has the writer researched the topic sufficiently?
–       Are there any important omissions?
–       Additionally, has the writer thought about what they have read or simply reproduced material from sources?
–       Is there evidence of critical thinking or an original thesis?
–       Has the student gone beyond the essential reading?

WRITING AND PRESENTATION SKILLS

–       Firstly, is the Policy Brief reference correctly?
–       Secondly, are quotations identify and fully reference (with page numbers)?
–       Thirdly, the ideas presented fully credited ?
–       Fourthly, is there any evidence of plagiarism?
–       Also, is the policy brief fluent and also readable ?
–       Additionally, is the grammar and spelling adequate?
–       Lastly, has the writer made an effort to use their own words? (i.e. paraphrasing rather than using quotes)

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