Intergenerational Ethics and Justice

According to Intergenerational ethics | Britannica:

intergenerational ethics, also called obligations to future generations, branch of applied ethics that considers whether present-day humanity is morally obligated to future generations to aim for environmental sustainability.

According to Intergenerational Justice (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy):

Central questions of intergenerational justice are: first, whether present generations can be duty-bound because of considerations of justice to past and future people; second, whether other moral considerations should guide those currently alive in relating to both past and future people; and third, how to interpret the significance of past injustices in terms of what is owed to the descendants of the direct victims of the injustices.

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