Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy by
Call Number: REF GE42 .E533 2009 Vol.1-2 SAU Library First Floor: We have a scanner.
Publication Date: 2008
he editors (current and former professors of philosophy and religion studies at the U. of North Texas) present some 300 articles, alphabetically arranged from "Abbey, Edward" to "Wright, Frank Lloyd." The essays cover a broad range of topics within environmental philosophy and ethics, including, to name a few. agrarianism, alternative technologies, animal ethics, Wendell Berry, Buddhism, coral bleaching, deserts and desertification, environmental citizenship, economic discounting, the Gaia hypothesis, green chemistry, Hurricane Katrina, mining and mountaintop removal, natural law theory , nuclear power, postcolonial environmental ethics, speciesism, teleology, urban environments, utilitarianism, vegetarianism, waste management, and the World Trade Organization. Each entry includes a bibliography for further reading. The text is augmented by some 200 photographs, illustrations, and sidebars. Appendices include an annotated bibliography, a glossary, and a collection of classic articles and documents. The volume also includes an index and a guide to entries by thematic subject. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR