Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy
Addressing the needs of upper high school students, undergraduates, researchers, teachers and professors, as well as general readers, the Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy examines the philosophical and ethical principles underlying contemporary and historical environmental issues, policies and debates.
More than 300 peer-reviewed and cross-referenced articles cover concepts, institutions, events and people. The Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy features topics including global warming, animal rights, environmental movements, alternative energy, green chemistry and eco-sabotage and provides biographical profiles of such luminaries as John Muir, Gifford Pinchot, Theodore Roosevelt, Edward Abbey, Wendell Berry and Edward O. Wilson among many others. Features of the resource include photographs and illustrations, thematic outlines, annotated bibliographies and a comprehensive index.
The Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy joins the suite of other Macmillan applied ethics title: Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 3rd Edition, and the Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics.
The comments to this entry are closed.