Our world has entered the new geological era of the Anthropocene: human activity, the main engine of the evolution of the planet, leaves an indelible mark on Earth. How can we ensure the preservation of our environment and sustainable living conditions for man?
|Luisella Battaglia , professor of Moral Philosophy and Bioethics at the University of Genoa and, since 1995, at the University “Suor Orsola Benincasa” of Naples. She teaches PhD students in Bioethics at the University of Genoa and, since 1992, she is the director and founder of the Italian Institute of Bioethics.|
|Catherine Larrère , professor emeritus at the University Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne. A specialist in moral and political philosophy, she has helped to introduce in France the main themes of English-speaking environmental ethics, and to develop environmental philosophy, around issues of nature protection, risk prevention and justice. environmental.|
|María Sánchez , rural veterinarian. Her poems have been published in magazines and anthologies like Apuestas (La Bella Varsovia, 2014). She regularly collaborates in digital and print media on literature, feminism, extensive breeding and rural culture.|
|Tomas Miglierina , graduate in Political Science from the University of Milan. Covered the wars in the former Yugoslavia and worked as press officer for the OSCE mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina that oversaw the first post-war elections. Since 1998, he has worked as a journalist with the Swiss broadcasting company – Italian language section.|
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