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Environment & Sustainable development

Sustainability refers to development that addresses present needs while safeguarding the potential of future generations. This entails a harmonious blend of economic advancement, environmental stewardship, and societal well-being. As a guiding principle, sustainable development ensures human progress while maintaining the capacity of ecosystems to supply vital resources and services, forming the foundation of our economy and society. In this sense, sustainable development is based on the equilibrium between human justice and the environment as a complex system that supports various ecological, economic, and social processes




2. UNIT 1 - Argumentation

3. UNIT 2 - Epistemological

4. UNIT 3 - Moral value reasoning


In a conference hall filled with diverse attendees, a panel discussion on sustainability is underway. The panel includes individuals who are in favor of sustainability and those who hold critical perspectives. The discussion is moderated by an experienced host who ensures a balanced exchange of views.

In the scenario, you may develop different topics of discussion (examples): - Statement 1: Immediate and bold actions for sustainability are crucial, even if they disrupt certain industries and jobs. - Statement 2: Prioritizing economic stability is paramount; sustainability efforts must align with economic realities to prevent unintended consequences. - Statement 3: Government regulations are necessary to drive industries toward sustainable practices, ensuring a level playing field for all.