Klimapolitik verstärkt globale und soziale Ungleichheiten

  • Sybille Bauriedl
Schlagworte: Klimapolitik, Ungleichheit, Anthropozän, Klimawandel, Inwertsetzung, Krise, Globale Arbeitsteilung, Neoliberalisierung


Recent international climate policy is dominated by a neoliberal ideology based on a win-win-story of endless economic growth without environmental destruction. Policy makers and economic leaders have accepted the scientific argument of planetary boundaries. Since the mid-1990s, the answer to climate change is the promotion of technological innovations and market-based mitigation instruments. Eventhough this answer did not lead to the expected reduction of carbon emissions, it dominated the post-Kyoto summits of 2015. This article explores the main narratives of the climate debate in order to understand this contradiction and its persistence.


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Bauriedl, S. (2015). Klimapolitik verstärkt globale und soziale Ungleichheiten. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für Kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 45(181), 629 -. https://doi.org/10.32387/prokla.v45i181.204