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Eco-Ethics and Sustainability Ethics (part 1)
(Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics, 2003)
This book is part one of a collection of John Cairns, Jr's papers and articles highlighting the importance of eco-ethics and sustainability ethics in protecting the biospheric life support system.
Coping with Environmental Refugees
(Science and Society, 2008)
Environmental refugees are produced when the human population growth exceeds the carrying capacity of the region or when natural resources are diminished due to droughts, floods, or other types of climate change. Although ...
(International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 2007)
Humankind is dependent upon Earth s ecological life support system, whose well-being, in turn, depends upon the practices of human society. The health of both systems requires harmonious, mutualistic interactions between ...
Information, Knowledge, Science, and Spirituality
(Virginia Tech, 2006)
Evolutionary spirituality is defined as an integral way of thinking and being in a world grounded in a personal, meaningful experience of the epic of evolution as one s own creation myth, or cosmological sacred story. ...