The objective of this article is to expose bioethical elements in the practice of understanding global climate change that threatens life on the planet from the dichotomous paradigms of skepticism and epistemological understanding. Given the repeated climate summits in the last twenty years with signed commitments, the results have shown little progress, running the risk of generating an unprecedented climate crisis, therefore it is necessary that the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), change the focus of climate change assessment reports and introduce bioethical elements, focused on epistemological comprehension, covered in simple language, capable of being consumed and at the same time, be consistent with political and bioethical decisions emanating from world leaders, especially those who view reality with skepticism. The method used is the documentary hermeneutic, where the study does not intend to approach the succinct reality, rather it tries to provide contributions to the visible failure of compliance with environmental commitments.
|Título traducido de la contribución||Bioethics and Global Climate Change from two Perspectives: Skepticism and Epistemological Understanding|
|Publicación||Revista de Filosofia (Venezuela)|
|Estado||Indizado - 17 jun. 2022|
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- climate change
- epistemological understanding