In this course, you will develop tools for morally evaluating human-environmental interactions. We begin by considering what we owe to non-human animals and non-animal nature and how that implicates various social, political, and economic systems. We then turn our focus to socio-economic inequality and matters of environmental (in)justice at local and global scales, in particular regarding climate change. We then consider distinct moral challenges regarding intergenerational justice. From there, we step back to analyse the relationships between technology, policy, and environmental ethics. The course ends with an inquiry into moral emotions (like grief, anxiety, and hope), individual moral responsibilities, and their relation to social and environmental movements.
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Registration is possible for bachelor students participating in an Honours programme. Registration for the Honours courses will start on 6 June at 10 am and end on 11 June at 11 pm. You can register through the online registration form that will appear on Honoursmodules IIS (registration is NOT through SIS). Placement is random and students will hear within two weeks for which course(s) they are registered. There is no guarantee for placement if you register after 11 June, so make sure you register on time!
For questions about registration please email to: Honoursfirstname.lastname@example.org