CIE hw 1 - Dan Aiello CIE 274 Professor Driscoll 3 February...

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Dan Aiello CIE 274 Professor Driscoll 3 February 2011 CIE 274 Homework 1. 1-yes 2-no 3-no 4-yes 2. A-5 B-6 C-2 D-9 E-10 F-3 G-4 H-1 I-8 j-7 3. A-earth B-biodiversity C-recourses D-ecosystems E-groups F-cultures G-ecosystem services H-environment I-places 4. A-productive services B-equity C-consumption D-social capital E-institutions F-child survival G-equal opportunities H-regions I-wealth J-education K-life expectancy L-states 5. Principle four directly states that it is not ethical to undermine people ability to meet their basic needs. For a country to directly dump toxic industrial wastes into a less fortunate country directly violates this fourth principle. The wealthier country by this principle states that they should not be pushing off their problems and affecting another group of
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people. The wealthier country should be dealing with the waste management themselves by looking for alternative solutions and/or researching for new ways to dispose of these wastes. The wealthier country clearly violates this principle
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CIE hw 1 - Dan Aiello CIE 274 Professor Driscoll 3 February...

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