Dr. Anna Mravcová
(Institute of marketing, trade and social studies Faculty of economics and management,
Slovak university of agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia)
will present to the students a lecture about
INDIVIDUAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS LIMITS
ZOOM | March 30th 2022 | at 4.30 PM
Faculty of management | Lecture rom 10
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Content of lecture
The world development shows that global problems are still not being solved adequately. If we maintain this way of development the survival of humanity on the Earth will be impossible in future. In this context, the concept of environmental responsibility is discussed today with the raising importance. In this lecture we are going to discuss the very concept of environmental awareness and environmental responsibility – mainly its individual dimension and the limits connected with it. We will shortly also go back to the year 2020 which brought experience of a kind of world shutdown, when, in order to maintain the safety and health at the beginning of the global pandemic, life in most countries nearly stopped for a certain period which had also a visible, but only short, positive environmental effects. This fact highlighted an acute need to think about the opportunities coming with the intentional influencing of human behaviour – individu
About the lecturer
Anna Mravcová has a master degree in Political Science and a PhD. in Political philosophy which she finished her studies at the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra in 2012. Since this year, she is an assistant professor at the Institute of marketing, trade and social studies, at the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra. She teaches courses of International Relations, Theory of Politics, Sociology, Sociology for economists and managers (all also in English), Basis of Political Science, Environmental policy, Policy of global inequality and Multiculturalism where she focuses her teaching also on the global problems and environmental sustainability in a significant extent. She was and is the researcher and administrator for several domestic as well as international educational and research projects and also other activities, mostly focused on sustainable development, global citizenship and environmental crises as, for example, the active
The lecture will be delivered as part of the subject ''Sustainable management of natural resources'' in the Postgraduate Programme Management with Assoc. prof. Aleksander Janeš, PhD.