Define the main forms of pollution and resource depletion and identify the major problems associated with each form.
Compare and contrast the views of (a) an ecological ethic, (b) Blackstone’s ethic of environmental rights, and (c) a utilitarian ethic of pollution control. Which view seems to you to be the more adequate? Explain your answer.
Do you agree with the claims that (a) future generations have no rights, and (2) the future generations to which we have obligations actually include only the generation that will immediately succeed us? Explain your answer.
Do you agree that any pollution law is unjust because it necessarily violates people’s right to liberty and right to property?
In your judgement, should the major decisions on pollution and resource depletion be made by government experts? By scientific experts? By everyone?
You will need to provide moral arguments in support of your opinions and answers to those questions.
Remember the five factors of interest in your discussion with these issues:
Analyze arguments showing reasons given (rules, principles, beliefs) for decision made by the principals involved;
Isolate the central issue(s) you believe at stake in the case;
Explore the moral perspective demonstrated or argued;
Explain any criticisms you might have of how it was handled and why: was there a lack of logic or should better reasons have been given or was something overlooked?; and
Indicate your own moral posture giving at least two solid reasons for your conclusion.
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