Justice and Natural Resources
An Egalitarian Theory
Reviews and Awards
"stimulating and ambitious" - David Miller, Global Justice
"an engagingly written and comprehensive account of resource justice, which, along the way, offers illuminating insights into a number of important justice related questions connected to resources" - Margaret Moore, Global Justice
"Armstrong performs a valuable service by producing a comprehensive account of resource justice. For readers, like myself, who believe that the centrality of the issues surrounding natural resources should elevate their normative treatment to a justice topic in its own right, this excellent book is a "must-read"." - Ioannis Kouris, King's College London, Journal of Moral Philosophy
"Justice and Natural Resources is an extremely engaging and well-written account of resource justice. It offers illuminating insights into a number of important questions connected to resources: what they are, who should control them, who should benefit from them, who should pay for the burdens of conservation, and how they should be taxed, to name a few. This is the most comprehensive and systematic theory on this important topic to date." - Margaret Moore, Queen's University
"This extremely rich book not only provides the most comprehensive egalitarian account of justice and natural resources to date, but also pushes political philosophers to engage with real world policy questions. It might well become the one reference text which defines the cosmopolitan view on the place of natural resources within debates on global justice." - Fabian Schuppert, Queen's University Belfast.