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Climate Change, Consumption and Intergenerational JusticeLived Experiences in China, Uganda and the UK$
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Kristina Diprose, Gill Valentine, Robert Vanderbeck, Chen Liu, and Katie McQuaid

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781529204735

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781529204735.001.0001

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Climate Change, Consumption and Intergenerational Justice
Author(s):

Kristina Diprose

Gill Valentine

Robert M. Vanderbeck

Chen Liu

Katie Mcquaid

Publisher:
Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781529204735.003.0001

Taking ‘Youth Strike 4 Climate’ as a starting point, this chapter outlines how climate change is commonly framed as an issue of intergenerational injustice, and how this intersects with arguments for sustainable development. It introduces the INTERSECTION project, its empirical focus on the human sense of climate and social change in Jinja, Nanjing and Sheffield, the rationale for focussing on these cities and world regions, and the fieldwork undertaken to inform this book. It also critically reflects on methodological issues in cross-cultural and cross-national research, and how the research team addressed issues of cross-cultural comparability in the design, collection and analysis of data.

Keywords:   climate change, intergenerational justice, sustainable development, environmental social research, cross cultural research

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