EcosystemEngineer2 karma2021-04-27 15:21:40 UTC
Do you think that biodiversity conservation, reducing deforestation and so on is intrinsically valuable or instrumentally valuable?
You mention combining human welfare with biodiversity conservation, but what about the welfare of non-human animals such as those living in the Amazon? Is the welfare of animals living in the wild taken into account when decisions are made, and if not, should it?
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