There’s Nothing Evil About Me (Article)

To start, we must understand that to be humane is to show compassion and benevolence when faced with a situation, which places us in pest management in a quandary.

From “There?s Nothing Evil About Me

To start, we must understand that to be humane is to show compassion and benevolence when faced with a situation, which places us in pest management in a quandary. How can we be compassionate and benevolent while undertaking a pest management strategy that we know will result in the death of pest animals? Is this paradox of ethical thinking?”

This issue of PPC Magazine focuses heavily on the concept of humanness in pest management with a range of authors, viewpoints and perspectives, read the whole issue from British Pest Control Association (BPCA) by clicking HERE and navigating to page 18.

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