Fostering ecological consciousness of future leaders
A.I. Cherkashyn, M.K. Chebotarev, Yu.I. Panfilov, S.V. Stankevych
The show that the modern ecological consciousness of future leaders has the following main features: the predominance of elements of utilitarian, pragmatic consciousness; heterogeneous development of ecological consciousness of different groups of people living in different regions, the availability of elements of nature-spiritual, utilitarian and noospheric consciousness. It is noted that in the modern ecological consciousness of future leaders, there is undoubtedly a quantitative growth of elements of noospheric ecological consciousness, which, however, is not equally characteristic for all world regions. It is emphasized that he differentiation of ecological consciousness of future leaders leads to the emergence of different interests in social groups, which are the bearers of its different types. In Europe, this situation emerged during the capitalist society formation, associated with the development of ecological utilitarianism.