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McLaren, Duncan P. (2018): In a broken world. Towards an ethics of repair in the Anthropocene

McLaren, Duncan P. (2018): In a broken world. Towards an ethics of repair in the Anthropocene. In The Anthropocene Review 12 (11), 205301961876721. DOI: 10.1177/2053019618767211.

"With the power to break Earth Systems comes responsibility to care for them, and arguably to repair them. Climate geoengineering is one possible approach. But repair is under-researched and underspecified in this context. In a first attempt to establish basic principles for the obligations of repair in the Anthropocene, five disciplines of repair are briefly reviewed: reconstruction of historic buildings; remediation of human bodies; restoration of ecosystems; reconfiguration of cultural materials and artifacts; and reconciliation of broken relationships. In each case ethical practices and debates are described to help identify key themes and challenges in understanding repair."

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