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Climate Bioethics Program Launched
The Hastings Center launched a program on climate bioethics in partnership with the Caribbean Research Ethics Initiative (CREEi) and Clarkson University. The program will recruit eight Caribbean bioethics scholars to spend a year learning about climate change and health and exploring ethics questions concerning research, policy, and practice. “There are a wide range of ethical questions related to how we ought to respond to climate change at local, national, and international levels,” said Hastings Center research scholar Carolyn Neuhaus, an investigator on the project, “I’m excited to tackle these questions with our new cohort of climate bioethics scholars from a part of the world that is particularly vulnerable to climate change.” Read more.