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1-10 of 42 for the Category : Ethics & Value Systems and the Subcategory : Ethics & Value Systems - General

Eco-Entrepreneurs Needed To Save Our Earth

( Article Type: Sustainable Development )

Whilst capitalism is certainly r e s p o n s i b l e for most if not all our current environmental problems - it is also the most effective tool we have to address the environmental crisis we face

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( Article Type: Explanation )

The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines activism as 'a policy of vigorous action in a cause, especially in politics.' The opposite of active is passive or inactive. But as far as environmental protection is concerned, just what does activism entail?

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( Article Type: Explanation )

Aesthetics is a discipline which describes how attractive, beautiful or pleasing to the senses (sight, smell, touch, hearing and taste) a particular scene, building, painting, or image may be to the observer.

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Animal Welfare

( Article Type: Explanation )

A key element to the definition of ‘animal welfare’ is that no objection is raised to the use of animals per se provided that humane standards and treatment applied throughout the animals’ lives and that the method of killing is humane in accor

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( Article Type: Opinion )

Consumption is the purchase and use of goods and services, and consumerism is the 'shop-till-you-drop' syndrome - that ever-increasing spiral of over-consumption that characterises modern society.

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Corporate Citizenship

( Article Type: Explanation )

Corporate citizenship is an aspiration much like other ideals, such as democracy or sustainable development. It refers to the hope that business can and will contribute to sustainable development and that, rather than being part of the problem, it be

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Cultural Resources

( Article Type: Explanation )

Cultural resources are those lessons we have learned and carried forward from our history, which show us how we developed as human beings and how our society evolved.

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Deep Ecology

( Article Type: Explanation )

The Deep Ecology worldview asks that we do some deep thinking about who we are and what our role is on the planet. The term was coined by Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess in 1972 and defines an ecocentric environmental worldview.

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Earth Charter (The)

( Article Type: Explanation )

The Earth Charter is an exceptional and most important document - it is not just an environmental charter, but a people's charter, giving guidelines of how we should behave with one another and with the Earth, with which we are inextricably bound

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( Article Type: Explanation )

Eco-labelling is a concept that ensures that products are labelled with information that informs the consumer or the user exactly what ingredients are in the product, whether or not they are ‘environment friendly’ and whether the packaging is bio

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