Is Climate Change One Problem? Culturally Particular Notions of Environmental Harm

Oct 28, 2015

Drawing on research about the role of religious ideas and cultural traditions in addressing climate change, American University's Evan Berry concentrates on differences among concepts about what constitutes "environmental harm." He argues that different societies understand the impacts of climate change according to a complex mixture of universal and particularistic ethical values.

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