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Ethical Dimensions

Ethical Dimension – What are the rights of those impacted by Climate Change the most? What happens to the poorest of the poor when the impacts of decisions made by large corporations and governments impact their lives negatively? How do they cope and what is the ethical and moral way to deal with this?Ethical dimensions deals with this very topic, most of the footage filmed here was done at the various COP events but likely will expanded upon as this very important topic grows.



THULI MADAONSELA SPEAKS ON ETHICAL CONSTITUTIONALISM AT UCT SUMMER SCHOOL 2019 Thuli Madonsela – The Ex Public Protector who challenged the Zuma administration. (The full speech will follow soon) “I want to engage you this afternoon on the issue of ethical governance and constitutional ethics. And as we can see, my ...

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“Awareness and Lifestyles” ~ Respect for..my Home, Planet and All forms of Life!

In this COP 22 Presentation, Marrakech, Ms Sonja Ohlsson (International Coordinator for Brahma Kumaris Environmental Initiative), and acting moderator for the conference introduces members of the panel from Brahma Kumaris and German Ministry of Environment, who present and discuss on the ‘Role of Ethics and Awareness in Climate Change Solutions’. ...

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COP 22 Religions Role in Climate Change

This video sees a panel discuss how religion plays a role in climate change. We begin with consumerism. The theory that a country that consumes goods and services in large quantities will be better off economically. Consumerism for example, is an industrial society that is advanced; a large amount of ...

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