Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
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The California Wildfires
The world has been experiencing worsening wildfire conditions for decades, and in California the situation is particularly bad. The Ethics Center staff and other scholars address some of the key ethical issues surrounding these disasters.
What Ethical Issues Are Involved in Wildfires? by Brian Patrick Green, director of Technology Ethics
Our World, Our Responsibility by Yael Kidron, director of Character Education
Wildfires, Ethics, and the Biblical by David DeCosse, director of Campus Ethics
From the Ashes by Miriam Schulman, associate director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
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Perspectives on the News
It’s critically important to play one’s position and lead despite fear and danger.More »
A new professional development series for teachers will foster character growth through literature.
Healthcare Ethics intern Kirsten Dodroe is passionate about the outdoors, ethics, and helping patients. She looks forward to a career as a physician.
Brian Green, Director of Technology Ethics, quoted in America Magazine.
Don Heider, Executive Director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, featured in the Silicon Valley Business Journal.