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the first step in solving environmental problems is scientific research
The first step in solving environmental problems is scientificresearch.

But other factors must be considered like supply and demand, costs and benefits and riskassessment. In addition, an examination of values is required. Values are principles or standards we consider important. Some values that often affect environmental decisions are listed in the table below.

decision making model
Decision-Making Model

Forming an opinion about an environmental decision can be difficult. To guide one’s self through the process, a decision-making model is used.

lab ethics reasoning
Lab: ETHICS-REASONING
  • Objectives – To examine our own values and beliefs related to wildlife and other elements of the environment. To evaluate possible actions you might take that have an impact on wildlife and the environment.
  • Method – You will read, discuss, make judgments and write about hypothetical dilemmas concerning wildlife and/or natural resources.
dilemma
dilemma
  • A dilemma (Greek: δί-λημμα "double proposition") is a problem offering two possibilities, neither of which is practically acceptable. One in this position has been traditionally described as "being on the horns of a dilemma", neither horn being comfortable. This is sometimes more colorfully described as "Finding oneself impaled upon the horns of a dilemma", referring to the sharp points of a bull's horns, equally uncomfortable (and dangerous).
procedure
Procedure
  • Divide the class into 8 groups of 4 or less each.
  • Each group gets a stack of dilemma cards. (14)
  • Place them face down in the center of the group.
  • The first student draws a card from the top of the stack. The student reads the dilemma and choices out loud to the rest of the group. The student decides what he or she would do and supports with reasons.
  • Other members of the group also state what he or she would choose with reasoning.
  • Repeat until ALL dilemma cards have been discussed.
evaluation your grade
Evaluation: (your grade!)
  • Get out a piece of paper. Add your name & period
  • Pick a dilemma and summarize the dilemma in a sentence or two.
  • Identify what seems, in your judgment, to be the most responsible decision and explain your reasoning, in 3 sentences, or more.
  • What values (use at least THREE) did you consider when making your decision? (use your notes if needed)
  • Hand-in when finished.