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Moralising risky environments : the ethical and political nature of environmental education research
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Michael DanaherMichael Danaher
This chapter identifies ethical and political risks that are often taken in undertaking research into the whaling debate. These risks illustrate the uncertainties both in moralising about the environment and in science. These uncertainties, as well as strategies deployed to overcome them, are also identified in this chapter. This chapter finds that conclusions reached about the whaling debate are tentative and modest and depend on the cultural contexts of the stakeholders.