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Doing Environmental Ethics

ISBN-10: 0813347416
ISBN-13: 9780813347417
Edition: 2nd 2012
Authors: Robert Traer
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List price: $42.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Westview Press
Publication date: 7/31/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

 Doing Environmental Ethicsoffers a way to face our ecological crisis that draws on environmental science, economic theory, international law, and religious teachings, as well as philosophical arguments. It engages students in constructing ethical presumptions based on duty, character, relationships, and rights, and then tests these moral presumptions by predicting the likely consequences of acting on them. Students apply what they have learned to specific policy issues discussed in the final part of the book: sustainable consumption, environmental policy, clean air and water, agriculture, managing public lands, urban ecology, and climate change. Questions after each chapter and a worksheet aid readers in deciding how to live more responsibly as consumers and as citizens. The second edition has been updated throughout to reflect the latest developments in environmental ethics, including new coverage of sustainable practices of corporations, NGOs’ environmental actions, and rainforest certification programs. This edition also incorporates more theory with new sections on social justice and environmental justice as well expanded coverage of ecofeminism. Revised study questions emphasize application and analysis, and new “Decisions” boxes, short exercises that allow students to evaluate current environmental issues, appear throughout the text.

Ethics and Science
Moral Philosophy: An Adventure in Reasoning
Right and Good
Reasoning about Our Feelings
Environmental Ethics
Learning from Diverse Theories
Doing Ethics Together
Ethics and Science: Moral Consideration
What We Know and Can't Know
An Evolving Theory of Evolution
Ecosystems and Emergent Properties
Ascribing Value to Nature
Ethics and Economics: The Common Good
Invisible Hand?
Economic and Ethical Issues
Globalization and Economic Growth
Green Economics
Constructing and Testing Ethical Presumptions
Duty: Nature and Future Generations
Doing Our Duty
Right Action
Commanded by God: Jews and Muslims
Government, Land and Property
Applying the Golden Rule
Animals, Species, Ecosystems, and Landscapes
Character: Ecological Virtues
Being Good
Children's Stories
Christian Stewardship
Virtues: Integrity, Gratitude, and Frugality
Respecting and Appreciating Nature
Relationships: Empathy and Integrity
Empathy Is Natural
Culture and Human Nature
Deep Ecology
Ecofeminism: A Social Ecology
Ecological Integrity
Rights: Humans and Animals?
Human Rights Law
Environmental Rights
Animal Rights?
A Rights Strategy
Consequences: Predicting the Future
Animal Suffering
Cost-Benefit Analysis
Biocentric Consequentialism
Scientific Consequences
Learning from Nature
Ecological Living: Sustainable Consumption
Duty: To Reduce Our Consumption
Character: Consumer Choices
Relationships: Our Natural Community
Rights: To a Healthy Environment
Consequences: Sustainable Consumption
Environmental Policy: Governments, Corporations, NGOs
Governments: International and US Policies
Corporations: Sustainable Practices
Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs): Advocacy and Action
Ethical Reasoning: Analysis
Air and Water: A Healthy Environment
The Earths Atmosphere
Air: Pollution and Greenhouse Gases
Water: Quality and Scarcity
Economic Predictions: Shortsighted
Agriculture: Land and Food
Nature's Cycles
Industrial Agriculture
Poor Farmers
Sustainable Farming
Public Land: Adaptive Management
Conservationists versus Preservationists
National Forests and Parks
Restoring Deserts and Wetlands
Wildlife Reserves in Asia and Africa
Ethical and Legal Presumptions
Urban Ecology: Building Green
The Built Environment
Water and Waste
Sustainable Cities
Environmental Justice
Climate Change: Global Warming
The Carbon Cycle
Predicting Consequences
Taking Action

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