Articles on sustainability, climate change, eating ethically, space ethics, energy use and conservation, environmentally ethical engineering, environmental justice, and more.
Environmental Ethics articles can be viewed by the following categories:
|Introduction to Environmental Ethics||Eating Ethically|
|Environmentally Ethical Engineering||Out of this World Environmental Ethics|
|Climate Change Ethics||Energy Ethics|
Is climate engineering a viable and ethical solution to slowing climate change?
Perspective on technical and ethical questions that arise from exploring and using stratospheric aerosol injection to mitigate climate change.
Shivani Dharanipragada ’25 learned about technological innovations in geoengineering and explored their ethical and legal implications.
In water rights discussions, there is an ethical responsibility to include Indigenous people in both conversations and legislation decisions.
Space debris poses an imminent threat to space exploration and there are actions needed to mitigate the impact of this problem and its disastrous consequences.
Solutions to water insecurity and gender inequality challenged faced in Uganda require training, resource diversification, and climate-resistant infrastructure.
- The Cucapá Tribe of Mexico and Native Hawaiians near the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility, O’ahu
Decades of overuse and climate change have exacerbated droughts and water shortages around the world, and Indigenous groups are disproportionately feeling the resulting effects of water insecurity.
Improper dumping and waste disposal from corporations impacts the availability and quality of the water supply in the United States – these companies have an ethical responsibility to address these shortcomings in this area.
Can ESG move past ingrained notions of property and capitalism and aid in the movement toward a more equitable, ethical, and sustainable future?
- Defining Positive Environmental Behaviors in Business
ESG provides businesses with an opportunity to emphasize accountability and shift from a shareholder to a stakeholder model of business ownership.
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