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Social Justice Posted by <Xnoubis> on Wednesday August 02, @01:31PM
from the leggo-my-eco dept.

BBC inaugarated the Reith lectures in 1948 in honor of Lord John Reith, their first Director General, who believed that broadcasting should enrich cultural and intellectual life. This year, the theme of the lectures was “Sustainable Development.” On April 19, the second lecture in the series was delivered by Tom Lovejoy, Counselor to the Secretary for Biodiversity and Environmental Affairs, Smithsonian Institution, and Chief Biodiversity Advisor, World Bank. Entitled "Biodiversity", it is an amazingly balanced and thought-provoking argument in favor of an objective criterion for evaluating environmental policy that balances the concerns of humanity and other species.

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