Liesbeth Beneder is a philosopher of science. She teaches and researches medical ethics at Utrecht University. She also works as a volunteer for Bureau de Helling, the think tank of Dutch green party GroenLinks, where she focuses on raw materials policy.
Who does the ocean or the moon belong to? An interview about the legal power of 'the common heritage of mankind' concept.Read more
As some of Earth's resources risk being depleted, could outer space become a source of raw materials in the future?Read more
International environmental policies focus on safeguarding renewable natural resources. Little attention, however, is paid, to the much more difficult problem of non-renewable natural resources, such as metallic ores and phosphate. A survey of the dilemmas.Read more