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Anthropocentrism

Anthropocentrism

Anthropocentrism is a term used to describe our human-centrism” or “speciesism,” not unlike “racism,” “ageism,” or “sexism”; it is contrasted to “egocentrism” or “biocentrism.” The practice of treating the human species as if it were the centre of all values and the measure of all things

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Resilience environmental

Resilience environmental

Resilience is the ability of an ecological or social system to obtain disturbances while retaining the same basic structure and ways of functioning, the capacity for self-organization, and the productivity to adapt to change and stress. Read more.

Weak sustainability

Weak sustainability Weak sustainability is a term used to describe a view of an “optimistic interpretation” of sustainability that emphasizes the substitutability of resources by human ideas and technology knowledge. This naïve view that we can create...
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