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The moral austerity of environmental decision making : sustainability, democracy, and normative argument in policy and law

Author: John Martin Gillroy; Joe Bowersox
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2002.
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Presents a group of prominent environmental ethicists, political theorists, and legal experts that challenges the dominating influence of market principles and assumptions on the formulation of  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Moral austerity of environmental decision making.
Durham : Duke University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)606844161
Online version:
Moral austerity of environmental decision making.
Durham : Duke University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)607669245
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Martin Gillroy; Joe Bowersox
ISBN: 082232850X 9780822328506 0822328658 9780822328650
OCLC Number: 48811128
Description: xii, 382 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Science as a substitute for moral principle / Susan Buck --
Science is no substitute for moral principle / Robert Paehlke --
Why environmental thought and action must include considerations of social justice / Joel J. Kassiola --
Environmental justice : private preference or public necessity? / Joe Bowersox --
Sustainability : descriptive or performative? / Bryan Norton --
Are environmental values all instrumental? / Mark Sagoff --
A practical concept of nature's intriinsic value / John Martin Gillroy --
On intrinsic value and environmental ethics / Bob Pepperman Taylor --
The subnational role in sustainable development : lessons from American states and Canadian provinces / Barry G. Rabe --
Sustainable development and natural hazards mitigation / Anna K. Schwab and David J. Brower --
Sustainable governance / Jonathan Baert Wiener --
Sustainability in the United States : legal tools and initiatives / Celia Campbell-Mohn --
Sustainable development and the use of public lands / Jan G. Laitos --
The impact of political institutions on preservation of U.S. and Canadian national parks / William Lowry --
Global environmental accountability : the missing link in the pursuit of sustainable development? / Robert V. Percival --
Sustainability, sustainable development, and values / Robert Paehlke --
Saving all the parts : science and sustainability / Susan Buck --
Why environmental public policy analysis must include explicit normative considerations : reflections on seven illustrations / Joel J. Kassiola --
Sustainability and environmental justice : a necessary connection / Joe Bowersox --
The hedgehog, the fox, and the environment / Mark Sagoff --
Why not foxy hedgehogs? / Bryan Norton --
Sustainability : restricting the policy debate / John Martin Gillroy --
Comments on sustainability / Bob Pepperman Taylor.
Responsibility: edited by John Martin Gillroy and Joe Bowersox.
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"This is an extremely important, in-depth normative discussion among leaders in environmental theory on the values influencing environmental decision making."-Matthew Cahn, California State Read more...

 
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