Crisis and Environmental Philosophy

Wolsing, Peter
December 2014
Nordicum-Mediterraneum;2014, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p2
Academic Journal
A conference paper about environmental philosophy from the viewpoint of environmental crisis is presented. It states that in response to the needs of the increasing population of the world, growing industrial production also resulted in the development of advanced technology that pollutes the nature and the earth. It is stated that environmental consciousness can be seen in theories of environmental ethics, and moral principles are needed for the treatment of the natural environment.


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