Environmental ethics defines the fundamental principles that should govern the relationship between man and the natural environment. Sandler describes environmental ethics as the attempt to understand the human relationship with the environment’ (Sandler, 2010, p.252).The realization, that technology, industrialization, economic growth and population boom affected the environment, prompted the emergence of this field. The effects included pollution, extinction and speciation of plant and animals, degradation and climate change (Milman 2015).
Forms of ecological ethics
Marshall’s Libertarian extension is a principle rooted in civil liberties of members of a community. The advocates want to accord equal rights to all members Continue reading...