CFP: intergenerational justice 2017 : CFP: Meeting on Intergenerational Justice and Climate Change
Call For Papers
We are open to receive proposals in any area of law, moral, political and legal philosophy.
The proposals regarding intergenerational justice or climate change (see suggested topics) will be considered for publication in a special double-blind-review journal.
The response for proposal submitted for presentation might be: (a) acceptation for oral presentation; (b) acceptation for presentation as poster; (c) rejection.
The response for proposal submitted for poster might be (a)acceptation; (b) rejection.
o Abstract submission: June 1, 2017
o Notification of abstract acceptance: June 30, 2017
o Full paper or poster submission: August 16, 2017
3. FORMAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PROPOSALS:
1. Send an abstract regarding a relevant issue until June 1, 2017. The abstract must contain:
o Title (English and Spanish)
o 5 Key words (English and Spanish)
o Extension: 400 a 500 word
o Format: Times New Roman 12
o Paper language: English or Spanish
2. The abstract must be prepared for double-blind-review.
3. The proposals must be submitted via the registration form.
4. The deadline for notification of acceptance or rejection is June 30, 2017.
5. The committee might suggest if the proposal is accepted for oral presentation or poster.
6. The deadline for the submission of the full paper is August 16, 2017. Since the best papers will be selected for a special number regarding intergenerational justice and climate change in a double-blind-review journal, full papers must be submitted according to the following specifications:
o Full papers must be unpublished.
o Full papers must not have more than 40.000 characters.
o Full papers could be submitted either in: a) English or, b) Spanish.
o Full papers must be submitted in two files in Microsoft Word o compatible software to email@example.com (with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org ). The first file must by anonymous. The second file must contain author data: brief CV, institutional affiliation, contact details.
o The American System of reference is preferred, that is, bibliography notes must be between brackets, and it must contain author, year: pages. For example: (Meyer, 2015:59). At the end of the document, the full reference must be provided. For example: MEYER, Lukas (2015), "Intergenerational Justice", in Edward N. Zalta (ed.) The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2015 Edition). CANEY, Simon (2010) “Climate Change, Human Rights and Moral Thresholds” in Gardiner S, Caney S, Jamieson D & Shue H (ed) Climate Ethics, Oxford University Press, pp. 163-177.
o The explanatory notes must be provided as foot-notes. It is suggested not to abuse this resource.
4. FORMAL REQUIREMENTS FOR POSTER PROPOSALS:
o It is possible to participate by presenting a Poster without presenting a paper. The author should send an abstract about one of the issues proposed by the committee (see the list of suggested topics below) until June 01, 2017 via the registration form.
The abstract must contain:
• Title (English and Spanish)
• 5 Key words (English and Spanish)
• Extension: 400 a 500 word
• Format: Times New Roman 12
o The deadline for notification of acceptance or rejection is June 30, 2017.
The deadline for the submission of the poster file is August 16, 2017. The file must be submitted to email@example.com (with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org ).
• The poster must be prepared for full-color printing 0,80 cm x 1,00 m. JPG resoluction150 DPI (PPP); vertical format.
• A brief summary of no more than 1000 word must be submitted (Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing simple).
5. SUGGESTED TOPICS FOR SPECIAL PUBLICATION
1. Intergenerational justice
1. Philosophical foundations of intergenerational justice
2. Significance and scope of the intergenerational justice
3. Genetic manipulation and human enhancement
4. Human Rights
5. Non-Identity Problem
7. Generational sovereignty
8. Compensation for historical injustices
9. Intergenerational Constitutionalism
10. Future generations ombudsman
11. Transitional Justice
12. Duties toward current living people owed to past injustices
2. Climate Change and Environment
1. Environmental policies in response to climate change
2. Controversy and denying: science, media and politicians with opposites views
3. Education and environmental awareness
4. Global agreements regarding climate change: past, present and future.
5. Tax and climate change mitigation
6. Environmental policies: threshold of emission
7. Climate change and poverty
8. NGO experience and climate change
9. Millennium Development Goals and climate change
10. Climate change, water, safety and health in developing countries.
11. Climate ethics and precautionary principle
12. The problem of historical emissions
3. Criminal Law, Environment and Intergenerational Justice
1. Environmental crimes and climate change
2. Accumulative crimes
3. The problem of subject
4. Fair imputation of long terms outcomes
5. Environmental criminal law/Administrative law relation
6. Business criminal law and environment
7. Legal goods and environment
8. Risk, harm, crime and environment
9. Criminal liability in environmental crimes
10. Criminal censure of acts against non-human animals
11. Crime, poverty and environment
12. Water and air pollution
REGISTRATION, CONTACTS AND FURTHER INFORMATION:
• Convenor: Santiago Truccone Borgogno: email@example.com