Explosives and the Environment. A Public Deliberation.

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Explosives and the Environment: A Public Deliberation is organized by the Face-to-Face (F2F) research team at the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) Centre for Applied Ethics. The research team designs and tests methods to support public involvement in the ethical analysis of issues relating to environmental concerns and new technologies, including biotechnology.

The W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics (the Centre) is an interdisciplinary research centre at UBC. The Centre was created in 1993 with endowments by W. Maurice Young (LLD) and the Bentall Foundation. Drawing on people and expertise from a wide range of disciplines, the Centre supports applied ethics research, including the application of ethical and social science theory to issues in science and technology. Centre faculty and associates also provide consulting for public, private, and non-profit organizations.

For more information about our work, visit the Centre’s webpage at www.ethics.ubc.ca.

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