Re-considering the Sense of Responsibility in the Age of Climate Change

Oct 28, 2015

Mitsuyo Toyoda focuses on the phenomena of flooding in Japan as an approach to consider ethical issues concerning climate change. Based on recent cases, she identifies various issues of responsibility involved in them and discusses how ethical issues are broadened after climate change began to be considered as anthropogenic.

DOWNLOAD THE PDF.

You may also like

JUN 30, 2022 Podcast

Emerging Technology & the War in Ukraine, with Arthur Holland Michel

In this "Global Ethics Review" podcast, Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel discusses facial recognition systems, loitering munitions, and drones in the context of Russia's invasion ...

JUN 28, 2022 Podcast

The Doorstep: Responding to Putin's War of Attrition, with Atlantic Council's Melinda Haring

As the fifth month of Russia's invasion of Ukraine begins, Atlantic Council's Melinda Haring returns to speak with "Doorstep" co-hosts Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin ...

JUN 27, 2022 Podcast

Should American Nonprofits Work In China? with Freedom House's Michael Abramowitz

For decades, American nonprofits and philanthropies worked with Chinese citizens and the Chinese Communist Party. But over the last several years, the space for foreign ...