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This Special Publication will be an important tool for geoscientists, aimed at increasing the awareness of their societal role and responsibility in conducting education, research and practice activities. What are the responsibilities of a geoscientist ? And what motivations are needed to push geoscientists to practice the Earth sciences in an ethical way? The major environmental challenges affecting human communities require not only a strictly scientific and technical preparation by the geoscientists, but also a reflection on their broader obligations towards society. It is important that geoscientists consider geoethics as an indispensable framework on which to base their training and activity. The principles of geoethics can guide them to pursue the common good by weighing the benefits and costs of each choice, and identifying eco-friendly and society-friendly solutions that guarantee the respect of the right balance between human life and the dynamics of the Earth. Communication and dissemination of geosciences should become core activities in building a knowledge-based society, which is able better to protect itself and the Earth ecosystems in order to guarantee a life in harmony with our planet for future generations.PEPPOLONI , S.aamp;D I CAPUA, G. Introduction 1 Ethics in geosciences BOHLE, M. Simple geoethics: an essay on daily Earth ... geoethical approach to industrial development of georesources and groundwater use: the Indian experience DATTA, P. S. ... Western Australia a€“ a coastline of global geoheritage significance used for industrial purposes Geoethics and natural ... coordination and team issues in disaster management: the need for a holistic and integrated approach ACHARJEE, anbsp;...

Author:S. Peppoloni, G. Di Capua
Publisher:Geological Society of London - 2015-08-24


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