Making Ethics an Everyday Activity: How Can We Reduce the Barriers?

Bob Jickling


I propose that for ethics to become a normal activity, practiced by citizens on a daily
basis, we begin by identifying barriers to this activity. Once things that get in the way
have been identified, I examine ways that environmental educators can create conditions
for ethics to become part of mainstream practices and processes of inquiry—to become a
serious educational endeavor. Some practical examples and suggestions are provided.

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