Thinking Ecologically

Thinking Ecologically

Environmental Thought, Values, and Policy

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Arguments about the environment in the history of Western thought accompany a guide to developing an approach to environmental thought based on ecological attunement in this analysis of the fundamental concepts that ground environmental policy. Sustainability, sustainable development, and conservation are three concepts that illustrate the relationship between humans and the environment. A synthesis of Western, Eastern, and Aboriginal approaches to the environment offers a radically new way of thinking about how environmental ethics develop and evolve.
Publisher: Halifax, NS : Fernwood Pub., c2002.
ISBN: 9781552660928
Branch Call Number: 179.1 MORITO B
Characteristics: 280 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.


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