News: Forthcoming Workshops, Talks and Papers
A:Recent and Upcoming Talks
(1) 1st-2nd June 2017: Keynote Speaker at the Conference on 'Humanitarian Ethics and Action', Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham.
(2) 15th-16th June 2017: 'The Right to Resist Global Injustice', at a Workshop on 'Revolution, Oppression and Political Violence', Kings College London.
(3) 30th June 2017: 'Harmful Short-Termism: Its Nature and Causes (and some Reflections on How to Respond to it)', Workshop on 'Democratic Innovations and Future Generations', Universitat de Barcelona.
(4) 27th July 2017: 'Democratic Theory and the Problem of Harmful Short-Termism', Technical University of Munich.
(5) 25th-27th September 2017: 'Norms for Dealing with Nature – The Case of Climate Change', Deutsche Gesellschaft für Philosophie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
(6) 28th-29th September 2017: Keynote Lecture 'Can Democracy Cope with the Future?', Inaugural Conference of the Centre for Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Groningen.
(7) 16th October 2017: Law and Philosophy Workshop, University of Chicago.
(8) 14th-15th December 2017: 'Human Rights, Population and Climate Change', Workshop on 'Population and Sustainability', University of Utrecht.
(9) 8th February 2018: 'Responsibilities to Future Generations', Public Lecture, Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy, University of Cambridge.
(10) 1st-2nd March 2018: Keynote Lecture at Conference on 'Just Transition - Integrating Climate, Energy and Environmental Justice', Edinburgh.
(11) 4th-5th June 2018: invited speaker at Conference on ‘Injustice, Resistance, and Progress,’ London School of Economics (co-organised by LSE and Georgia State University).
(12) 18th-20th June 2018: Conference on 'Justice Between Generations and the Responsibilities of Parents', Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona.
B: Keynote Lectures (2010-2016)
(1) ‘Environmental Sustainability, Population, and Intergenerational Justice', Climate Ethics and Climate Economics: Discounting the Future, Oxford (12th January);
(2) ‘Realizing Climate Justice: From Principles to Policies', Conference on ‘Climate Justice After Paris’, University of Reading (28th-29th January);
(3) ‘The Risk Lecture: Can Democracy Cope with Climate Change?’, Conference on ‘What is so Disturbing About Climate Change?’, University of Essen (24th-25th June);
(4) ‘Climate Justice: The Significance of Detection and Attribution’, Hans Sigrist Symposium on The Human Fingerprint on the Earth System, University of Bern (2nd December 2016).
(1) ‘Justice in the Transition to a Better World: on the Relationship between Means and Ends', LSE Graduate Conference in Political Theory (19th-20th March);
(2) 'Global Injustice and the Rights of Necessity and Resistance', VI Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy, University of Minho, Portugal (8th-9th June);
(3) ‘The Collective Duty to Resist Injustice and to Create Just Institutions', Conference on Collective Responsibility for the Future, University College Dublin (15th-16th June 2015).
(1) ‘Epistemic Injustice: Autonomy, Respect and Responsibility’, Conference on ‘Understanding Epistemic Injustice’, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol (26th-27th June);
(2) ‘Justice, Poverty and Climate Change’, Global Justice and the Global South’, University of Birmingham (26th November).
(1) ‘Addressing Injustice: Who Bears Which Responsibilities?’, Conference on ‘Migration and Bioethics: The Case of Undocumented Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers’, Brocher Foundation, Geneva (25th-28th June);
(2) ‘Tolstoy’s Question: The Ecological Preconditions of Justice’, Societas Ethica Conference on ‘Climate Change, Sustainability and an Ethics of an Open Future’, Soesterberg (22nd-25th August).
(1) ‘“Free Movement and Choice” and/versus “Health Care”? Minimizing Injustice in a Radically non-Ideal World’, Conference on ‘Distributing Human Resources for Health–Ethics and Health Policy’ at the Geneva Brocher Foundation (18th-22nd June);
(2) ‘Justice, Equality and Humanity’, Conference ‘On the Scope of Distributive Justice: Relational and Non-relational Views’, CEU, Budapest (5th–7th July).
(1) ‘What is a Fair Distribution of Greenhouse Gas Emissions?’, Canadian Political Science Association Conference: Plenary Session on ‘Global Justice and Global Governance’ (17th–18th May).
(1) ‘Rights, Risk and Uncertainty’, Conference on ‘Cost-Benefit Analysis: Uncertainty, Discounting and the Sustainable Future’ (12th-13th April), Eindhoven University of Technology;
(2) ‘Justice, Equality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions’, Conference on ‘Ethics, Energy & the Future: Technology for a Sustainable Society’, (24th-26th June), Technical University Delft;
(3) ‘Justice, Equality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions’, Third ‘International Global Ethics Association’ Conference: ‘Global Ethics: 10 years into the Millennium’, Bristol (30th June-2nd July).
I also gave an Oxford Amnesty Lecture on ‘Human Rights in a Finite World’ on 3rd May 2012.
C: Recent and Forthcoming Publications
 'Justice and Future Generations', Annual Review of Political Science vol.21 (2018).
 ‘Chapter 2: Social Progress - A Compass' International Panel on Social Progress (Cambridge University Press: forthcoming) (as Contributing Author)
 ‘Chapter 4: Economic Growth, Human Development and Planetary Welfare', International Panel on Social Progress (Cambridge University Press: forthcoming) (as a Lead Author) [40,800 words]
 ‘Global Distributive Justice: Seven Theses about Facts and Empirical Research’ in The Oxford Handbook in International Political Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press) edited by Chris Brown and Robyn Eckersley [7,000 words]
 ‘Human Rights, Population and Climate Change’ in Human Rights in the 21st Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming) co-edited by Dapo Akande, Jaakko Kuosmanen, Helen McDermott and Dominic Roser [9,200 words]
 ‘The Right to Resist Global Injustice’ in The Oxford Handbook of Global Justice (Oxford: Oxford University Press, in press) edited by Thom Brooks [12,000 words]
 ‘Global Governance: Procedures, Outcomes and Justice’, in Institutional Cosmopolitanism (New York: Oxford University Press, in press) edited by Luis Cabrera [9,700 words]
 ‘Climate Change and Distributive Justice’ in The Oxford Handbook of Distributive Justice (Oxford: Oxford University Press, in press), edited by Serena Olsaretti [11,000 words]
 'The Struggle for Climate Justice in a Non-Ideal World', Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume XL “Ethics and Global Climate Change” vol.XL no.1 (2016), pp.9-26.