1. Introduction; 2. At the shrine of Our Lady of Fatima; or, why political questions are not all economic; 3. The allocation and distribution of resources; 4. Values and preferences; 5. Can we put a price on nature's services?; 6. Do we consume too much?; 7. Is an environmental ethic compatible with biological science?; 8. Settling America or the concept of place in environmental ethics; 9. Natural and national history; 10. Environmentalism: death and resurrection.
Economy of the Earth: Philosophy, Law, and the Environment / Edition 2by Mark Sagoff
Pub. Date: 11/30/2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
How can environmental conservation legislation be simultaneously sensitive to political reality and responsive to economic costs? This study addresses relevant government social policy from the perspective of ethical, cultural and political concerns.
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