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What would an environmentally sustainable reproductive technology industry look like‪?‬ JME

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Through the use of assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) multiple children are born, adding to worldwide carbon emissions.
According to a paper in JME, evaluating the ethics of offering reproductive services against its overall harm to the environment makes unregulated ARTs unjustified, yet the business can move towards sustainability.
The paper's author, Cristina Richie, Theology Department, Boston College, lays out her argument for regulating ARTs in terms of carbon emissions, and how this could be done.
Read the paper: http://goo.gl/55xsF3

Through the use of assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) multiple children are born, adding to worldwide carbon emissions.
According to a paper in JME, evaluating the ethics of offering reproductive services against its overall harm to the environment makes unregulated ARTs unjustified, yet the business can move towards sustainability.
The paper's author, Cristina Richie, Theology Department, Boston College, lays out her argument for regulating ARTs in terms of carbon emissions, and how this could be done.
Read the paper: http://goo.gl/55xsF3

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