Ethical Water Stewardship
von: Ingrid Leman Stefanovic, Zafar Adeel
, 352 Seiten
Preis: 85,59 EUR
This interdisciplinary book brings philosophers and non-philosophers to the table to address questions of water ethics, specifically in terms of how moral questions inform decision making around water security at local, national, and international scales.Water security, which pertains to the experience of assured access to clean water, is a broad concept that intersects human rights, politics, economics, law, legislation, public health, trade, agriculture, and energy. Decisions made at each of these intersection points have ramifications for human well being, especially for the populations that are marginalized in a societal and political sense. In this book, the ethical dimensions of decision-making at those intersection points are explored, and real-world examples are used to tease out some key insights. It charts how ethical consideration can help shape a future in which everyone will be water secure.
?Ingrid Leman Stefanovic is an author and consultant in environmental and institutional change management. A former professor and dean of the Faculty of Environment at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, she is also professor emerita, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto, where she spent the majority of her career teaching and conducting research on how values and perceptions affect public policy, planning, and environmental decision making. Dr Stefanovic has served as executive co-director of the International Association for Environmental Philosophy and senior scholar at the Center for Humans & Nature, Chicago and New York. Recent books include Safeguarding Our Common Future: Rethinking Sustainable Development, the co-edited volume The Natural City: Re-Envisioning the Built Environment and The Wonder of Water: Lived Experience, Policy and Practice.
Zafar Adeel is the Executive Director PWRC and Professor of Professional Practice at SFU. His 25-year work experience covers a range of environmental and policy issues, including 18 years as a senior UN official.