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Schlögl-Flierl, K (2021). Die Forderung nach Klimaresilienz – umweltethisch betrachtet. Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik / Annual Review of Law and Ethics, 29(1), 103-116. https://doi.org/10.3790/jre.29.1.103
Schlögl-Flierl, Kerstin (2021). "Die Forderung nach Klimaresilienz – umweltethisch betrachtet" Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik / Annual Review of Law and Ethics, vol. 29no. 1, 2021 pp. 103-116. https://doi.org/10.3790/jre.29.1.103
Schlögl-Flierl, K (2021). Die Forderung nach Klimaresilienz – umweltethisch betrachtet. Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik / Annual Review of Law and Ethics, Vol. 29 (Issue 1), pp 103-116. https://doi.org/10.3790/jre.29.1.103

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Die Forderung nach Klimaresilienz – umweltethisch betrachtet

Schlögl-Flierl, Kerstin

Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik / Annual Review of Law and Ethics, Vol. 29 (2021), Iss. 1 : pp. 103–116

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Schlögl-Flierl, Kerstin, Prof. Dr., Lehrstuhl für Moraltheologie, Universität Augsburg, Universitätsstraße 10, D-86159 Augsburg

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Climate resilience is a strategy that needs to be reflected upon from an environmental ethics perspective as a cross-cutting issue in various scientific disciplines. An environmental ethical impulse is added to the explanation of the meaning of climate resilience and the identification of the disciplines that must necessarily be included in the discourse. The basic question is: can resilience be understood as a preserving or a creative process in the context of the „Great Transformation“? The impulse starts from Markus Vogt’s proposal in five conditions for resilience, here in connection with the concept of sustainability, and follows up with the question of the corresponding anthropological image of man and cultural dependencies. In theological ethics, it is important to note that climate resilience cannot be thought without an awareness of general vulnerability. This vulnerability should be assumed as the starting point for creativity. Secondly, it is important not to reinforce asymmetries in development policy issues, e. g. in the question of poverty reduction or food security. The constitution of the climate as a global common good is the third theological-ethical demand, following the encyclical Laudato Si of 2015. Finally, the fourth point is the capability for failure and the question of guilt.

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Section Title Page Action Price
Kerstin Schlögl-Flierl, Die Forderung nach Klimaresilienz – umweltethisch betrachtet 103
I. Was ist Klimaresilienz? 104
II. (Umwelt-)‌ethischer Impuls 107
III. Theologisch-ethische Einlassungen 110
1. Verhältnisbestimmung von Vulnerabilität und Resilienz: Ihr Austrag für die Klimaresilienz 111
2. Konnex zu Fragen der Entwicklungspolitik: Asymmetrien nicht verstärken 103
3. Klima als Weltgemeinwohlgut, als Global Common 103
4. Scheitern in Fragen des Klimaschutzes: die Schuldfrage 103
IV. Schluss 103
Summary 103