CEHV's Hedberg Featured in Article on Climate Change and the Morality of Procreation
Trevor Hedberg, our new CEHV/College of Pharmacy Postdoctoral Researcher, has been featured prominently by Sharon Kirkey from Canada's National Post in an article on the morality of procreation in the age of climate change:
"No other human action — not driving less or living car free, not taking fewer transatlantic flights or eating less meat — is as effective in reducing one’s carbon footprint as limiting one’s family size, academic philosopher Trevor Hedberg argued earlier this year in a special issue of the journal Essays in Philosophy devoted to the topic, 'Is Procreation Immoral?' "
See what else he says at this link: https://nationalpost.com/life/is-it-immoral-to-have-babies-in-the-era-of-climate-change