Stewardship as a Vocation
How do your environmental values fit into your life? This chapter explores the idea of environmental stewardship as a vocation, a way to give meaning to our choice of career and lifestyle. It also explains how one’s workplace or school can affect one’s moral development and how one might influence the moral ecologies of these institutions so that they support ethical environmental actions. It concludes by considering how the political arena can be a place to practice stewardship by working to create a society that supports your environmental values.
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