Episode 20. Garrett Cullity on Climate Change

There is very little any given individual can do to address climate change. How, then, can individuals have a duty to act on carbon emissions? Our guest today, Garrett Cullity, sees a paradox here. He sees a problem drawing a line from collective responsibility for climate change to individual responsibility. Fortunately, Cullity also has a better solution for morally motivating individuals.

Garrett Cullity is Hughes Professor of Philosophy at the University of Adelaide.

You can download the episode (40:01, 24.1 mb, MP3) or listen through the embedded media player below. You can also download the transcript.

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