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View Resource Environmental Ethics

Dr. Ron Epstein of San Francisco State University has compiled this comprehensive online source of information on environmental ethics. The site is simply presented, consisting of a straightforward menu of topics that link mostly to related external Web pages. Topics covered include environmental effects of war, genetic engineering, cloning, indigenous peoples, and much more. While some of the...

View Resource Environment Yale Magazine

The Journal of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies has a new, sleek looking website for the Fall 2009 issue. The "Past Issues" are still available on the previous environment: Yale website, however, and the issues go all the way back to the spring of 2002. The journal is published twice per year, and exists in both print and online formats. Some of the features of the journal...

View Resource Environmental Ethics Case Studies

The American Physiological Society (APS) has created a wide range of teaching resources through its collaborative digital library over the past several years. This particular corner of the site brings together a number of environmental ethics case studies which cover everything from GMOS to the fluoridation of drinking water. Currently, the site contains a dozen different resources, including...

View Resource NCSR: Environmental Ethics

A lecture-only course that uses current references to explore views on the human/nature relationship. Topics include definitions of environmental ethics, sustainability, "centrisms," "Green Politics," "Deep Ecology," "The Land Ethic," and conflict analysis, with additional highlights on American-Indian perspectives and value systems. Emphasis is placed on analysis of scientific evidence in the...

View Resource NCSR: Educator's Guide to American Indian Perspectives in Natural Resources

The Educator's Guide to American Indian Perspectives in Natural Resources: contains information from two noted authors and addresses issues, attitudes, and practices of our Native Indian society relative to environmental and natural resources topics. It blends traditional native ecological knowledge with western science and important background information influencing tribal use and management of...

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