What changes in our beliefs, behaviours and organisation of society are needed in order to make the transition towards a sustainable future?
Environmental catastrophe and social inequality result in large part from the failings of current political, social, and economic institutions. Yet contemporary societies also display forms of moral progress, from the establishment of universal suffrage to the protection of animal rights. Researchers working within this theme examine what moral agency and moral improvement entail, and what institutional scaffolding is needed to promote sustainable futures.
An overview of researchers, projects, key publications and examples of public engagement will follow soon.