Category Archives: Environment
This is an interesting Pascal’s Wager type of bet. So instead of saying if Global Warming is true or not, he’s saying let’s make a bet on how we should act. In fact, the truth about Global Warming becomes moot. … Continue reading
Suppose that you were in charge of a school district and you were given the responsibility of making the students healthier. Thus, you have a few options: Take away all of the candy and soda from the vending machines. Serve … Continue reading
I know I haven’t been blogging lately, but since school has started, I’ve been extremely busy. I’m hoping to post on Mondays to get our intellectual juices flowing. At any rate, check out this image. Awesome stuff. First of all, … Continue reading
An interesting post arguing that libertarians should support a carbon tax.
There’s a nice chart that you can see here along with some good advice. Notice how much water is needed for meat.
I haven’t read the book, but I would love to. Unfortunately with my busy schedule, I don’t think I will for a while. Perhaps if my students decide to talk about environmental issues and consumption, then I’ll quickly get it … Continue reading
I’ve come across another inconsistency. Let me be clear. I’m not saying that the pro-life movement is itself inconsistent. Nor am I saying that anything within environmental ethics is inconsistent either. Taking them both together, however, is where the inconsistency … Continue reading