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Sustainability Ethics: Common Good Values for a Better World


Title: Sustainability Ethics
Subtitle: Common Good Values for a Better World
Subject Classification: Sustainability, Equality Diversity Inclusion
BIC Classification: RNU, KCN, RN
BISAC Classification: POL044000, BUS072000, SCI020000
Binding: Hardback, Paperback, ebook, pp.308
Publication date: 11th June 2023
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-216-9
ISBN (Paperback): 978-1-80441-454-5
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-217-6

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Sustainability Ethics is a comprehensive exploration of the ethical dimensions of sustainability. The book delves into the complex relationships between ethics and sustainable development, examining the role of ethics in promoting a better world for all. The lens of sustainability ethics considers the interdependence of environmental, social, and economic factors. This provides a holistic understanding of the subject matter.

Issues covered include the interconnectedness of people's rights, planetary wellbeing, prosperity, responsibility, and service to future generations; protecting sustainable human security, preserving biodiversity and nature rights; welcoming forced migrants and climate refugees, promoting labor and children's rights, advocating for human and indigenous rights, and fostering the inclusion of women and LGBTQI+ rights. The author concludes by synthesizing the various themes, and offers insights for ethical discernments and sustainable ethical decision making, and for building a better world for everyone. Throughout the book, readers will find references to relevant literature, providing a solid foundation for further exploration of sustainability ethics.

The audience for this important book includes academics, researchers, students, policymakers, and practitioners in the fields of sustainability, environmental ethics, and social justice, and for anyone interested in understanding the ethical dimensions of sustainability, and exploring practical solutions to create a more just, inclusive, and sustainable world.


Author: Marco Tavanti, PhD, is Professor of Leadership and Management at University of San Francisco’s School of Management, California, USA


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