Alderwood Manor: A Sequential Inquiry in Environmental Bioethics
High schoolers explore bioethics. They discuss the traditional ethics of human conduct and man's relationship with nature. Students identify ethical dilemmas. They discuss ramifications of economic and ecological concerns with bioethics.
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