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Authors: Peppoloni, S.*
Title: Geoethics: A framework for the management of the geosphere and geo-risks
Editors: Marino, Jersey; INGEMMET
Villacorta, Sandra; INGEMMET
Issue Date: 14-Oct-2015
Publisher: INGEMMET
Keywords: Geoethics
geosphere
society
ethical dilemma
Abstract: In a world where natural disasters are increasing and there is an urgent demand for an ethics of prevention, management and communication, a framework of ethical principles and standards for orienting geoscientists in conducting their professional activity becomes fundamental. The defense against geo-risks involves many actors with different roles. Good relationships between them is necessary to assure efficiency while facing potential natural disasters. Defining a (geo)ethical framework of values means to create a solid base on which a proper management of georisks can operate. By defining roles and responsibilities, Geoethics is a valuable reference to work in this direction and to improve the resilience of human community to disasters.
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