نقش اخلاق در حفاظت از محیط زیست و توسعه پایدار جغرافیایی: مطالعه موردی استان مازندران

نوع مقاله : مقالات پژوهشی بنیادی

نویسنده

استادیار، هیئت علمی دانشگاه پیام نور.

چکیده

محیط زیست نقش حیاتی برای ادامه حیات بشر دارد و بایستی با همه امکانات از آن محافظت کرد. در ایران راهکارهای حقوقی و نیز برخوردهای قهری نتوانسته است از تخریب محیط زیست جلوگیری کند به نحوی که آمارها حاکی از وضعیت نگران کننده تخریب محیط زیست در ایران است. استان مازندران از غنی‌ترین منابع محیط زیستی ایران است اما از نظر تخریب محیط زیست در وضعیت قرمز قرار دارد. سؤال اصلی مقاله حاضر این است که آیا چارچوب‌های اخلاقی می‌توانند به حفاظت از محیط زیست و توسعه پایدار جغرافیایی در استان مازندران کمک کنند؟ روش این مقاله توصیفی- تحلیلی است. یافته‌های مقاله نشان می‌دهد که اخلاق و چارچوب‌های اخلاقی مبتنی بر اسلام و مذهب تشیع و تلاش برای استخراج و آموزش آموزه‌های اخلاقی حفاظت از محیط زیست می‌تواند ضمانت اجرا‌های درونی را برای حفظ محیط زیست فراهم کند و از طرف دیگر نیز با توجه به حاکمیت نگاه توسعه بر سیاست‌گذاری‌های دولتی و دغدغه ایجاد شغل و توسعه همه جانبه اقتصادی بی‌شک بهترین روش حفاظت از محیط زیست توانمند کردن خود مردم از طریق تقویت مبانی اخلاقی است.

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