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Environmental Ethics

This course studies the history of environmental ethics, environmental justice, and explores how views of the natural world have changed over time. We identify key environmental pioneers and events that have shaped global environmental sustainability efforts.


Description

In Environmental Ethics we introduce a philosophy that extends the ethical concepts we traditionally apply to human behavior to the natural world. We will study the history of environmental ethics, the concept of environmental justice, and explore how our views about the natural world have changed over time. We identify key pioneers and events that have helped shape the global effort to help preserve our planet for future generations and species. We explore the notion of environmental justice and witness how a disregard for the environment can negatively impact entire communities. Finally, we explore political efforts that have promoted environmental sustainability in the United States and Europe. We see how our ethical beliefs and moral worldview can help shape the laws and regulations we create, in terms of our sense of ethical responsibility, social justice, and environmental sustainability.

Name Environmental Ethics
Language English
Duration 55:00 hours
Sector Management
Price (INR) FREE
Availablity Available full time
Certification Availability Available
Assessment Availability Available
Pre-Qualification Any

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