In Ethics and Global Climate Change Stephen Gardiner argues that the richer nations should pay most of the costs for addressing global warming. What are Gardiner's strongest reasons for believing this? Do you find his rationales singly or collectively persuasive? If so, please explain exactly why. If not, please explain exactly why not.
Stephen Gardiner in "Ethics and Global Climate Change" believes that the richer nations should be liberal and contribute more in any plans which address the global warming issue. Any mitigation strategies and adaptation strategies that could be adopted for dealing with global warming would be very expensive and Gardiner thinks that people living in richer developed countries do have some moral responsibilities towards the people of poor nations.
Excerpt from file: InEthicsandGlobalClimateChangeStephenGardinerarguesthattherichernationsshouldpay most of the costs for addressing global warming. What are Gardiner's strongest reasons for believingthis?Doyoufindhisrationalessinglyorcollectivelypersuasive?Ifso,pleaseexplain
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