Environmental Identity and Intergenerational Equity
The basic idea underlying this work is the following: if we assume the existence of an environmental identity that agents take into account when making their choices, this can motivate a change in the behaviour of agents. And, as we show in the paper, under certain conditions, this change can generate more equitable intergenerational societies, even if all generations are not treated equally (i.e. we use a positive discount rate in the analysis).
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