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This open project calls for developing dialogues within each participating country and between countries on the results of research, future research needs, policy lessons and policy recommendations in regard to the ethical issues of energy-related technologies. It will also examine related environmental and human security issues.
The project was formally launched in Bangkok on 26-28 September, 2007. The project started publishing reports. Government officials, educators, communications specialists, engineers, academics from diverse disciplinary backgrounds, students, and persons from the private sector were amongst the participants, representing nearly twenty countries in the Asia and Pacific region.
Some different cross-cultural and multidisciplinary working groups were constructed and some reports were published by UNESCO Bangkok
1 Universalism and environmental values
4 Representation and who decides
7 Energy equity and human security
13 Energy flow, environment, and ethical implications of meat production
14 Water ethics and water resource management
16 Biodiversity and Ethics
Other groups are ongoing with Eubios Ethics Institute, and will be published in various fora, journals and as books:
2 Repository of Ethical worldviews of nature
3 Visions and hopes of the future
5 Community engagement
6 Stakeholder responsibilities
8 Cost-benefit analysis and economic constructions
9 Adoption & development of energy technologies (state of art review)
10 Ethical frameworks for research agendas & policy
11 Educational frameworks for Environmental Ethics
12 Nuclear Dialogues
15 Gender and the environment
Individuals, institutions and others interested in joining this project should write to Prof. Darryl Macer, Provost, American University of Sovereign Nations, 5500 East Chaparral Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85250, USA (www.au-sn.com) darryl@eubios.info

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  • Oct 3, 2007
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