Climate Change is Unjust War: Kyle Fruh and Marcus Hedahl
Overview & Shownotes
Most of us probably think of war as violent conflict between countries. There are aggressors and victims, and it’s essentially a battle between groups of people. My guests today, Kyle Fruh and Marcus Hedahl, complicate this notion of war. They argue that many island nations around the world are currently in a war and fighting for their survival. For these places, the enemy isn’t other nation states, it’s climate change.
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Links to people and ideas mentioned in the show
- “Climate Change is Unjust War” by Kyle Fruh and Marcus Hedahl
- Just War Theory
- Solar Radiation Management
- War in the “William James sense“
- Environmental Modification Convention
Thanks to Evelyn Brosius for our logo. Music featured in the show:
“Golden Grass” by Blue Dot Sessions
“Pintle 1 Min” by Blue Dot Sessions
Wisehart, Christiane; Fruh, Kyle; and Hedahl, Marcus, "Climate Change is Unjust War: Kyle Fruh and Marcus Hedahl" (2022). Examining Ethics Podcast. 57, Scholarly and Creative Work from DePauw University.