Values, Principles & Human Nature

Speakers cover ethics and sustainability, environmental values and principles, human nature and evolutionary psychology, sustainability and spirituality, and various issues rooted in humanitarian values, such as environmental justice, the rights of indigenous peoples, and the prevention of cruelty to animals.

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Ethics & Sustainability. There is clearly an important relationship between ethics and both protecting the environment and promoting sustainable development for the world's poor. More >>

Spirituality, Religion & Sustainability. The sustainability crisis we face is also a crisis of hope, of faith in the future. In involves, at the deepest level, the meaning of our lives. See Duane Elgin, Roger Gottlieb, Linda Ferguson, Mark Dubois, Sharon Abreu, and Gwen Hallsmith.

Environmental Justice. Defined as the fair treatment of people of all races, cultures, and incomes with respect to the development, adoption, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies, environmental justice is a growing concern of advocates of justice generally. See Michel Gelobter, Dune Lankard, Mark Dubois, Sharon Abreu, and Rob Verchick.

Animal Protection. The awareness that animals feel pain and that cruelty to animals is morally unjustifiable is seen by many as a natural corollary of environmental stewardship. See Ric O’Barry, Denis Hayes, Rae Sikora, Zoe Weil, Jay Weinstein, and Jim Motavalli.

Endangered Species & Wildlife Habitat. We are currently experiencing the greatest mass extinction of species in 70 million years. Efforts to halt this decline, save individual species, and preserve and restore habitat areas are vitally important for a wide range of reasons. See Rob Caughlan, Chris Palmer, Roger Payne, Katie Alvord, Pete McCloskey, Reese Halter, David Helvarg, George Divoky, Peter Bronski, Rusty Johnson, Alfredo Quarto, Chris Maser, Wil Burns, and Rick Johnson.

Corporate Social Responsibility. The idea is spreading that corporations have responsibilities to all of their stakeholders - shareholders, employees, customers, the communities in which they do business, and the broader environment their business operations and products impact. See Gil Friend, Bill Shireman, Michel Gelobter, John Renesch, Ann Goodman, Rob Abbott, Denis Hayes, Nancy Lee, Jack Giampalmi, Tim Sanders, Don Carli, Linda Ferguson, Carl Frankel, and L. Hunter Lovins.

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