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Rock Ethics Institute Social Media Initiative

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Mark Fisher

on 10 February 2011

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"Academic environmental ethics has not  figured out how to be policy relevant and there are features of a blog that makes this uniquely possible." Donald A. Brown, Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics, Science, and Law, Penn State "Just this past week [...] I got a request from a senior staffer to Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary General, who said he regularly reads our  blog, and asked me to work with him to get the United Nations to integrate ethics into the  UN international negotiating  agenda." Donald A. Brown, Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics, Science, and Law, Penn State Interview Series Short Film Competition What Would You Do? Blended Learning Project Ethics and the Undergraduate Experience Facebook and Twitter Stand Up Awards "Academic environmental ethics has not figured out how to be policy relevant and there are features of a blog that make this uniquely possible." Donald A. Brown, Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics, Science, and Law, Penn State
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