1. Ecology and Religion, pg.126-139, pg.191-196 by John Grim and Mary Evelyn Tucker.
I will not provide this book.
2. Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth, by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee.
Chapter 1 (pg.7-11), Chapter 4 (31-36), Chapter 9 (85-102),
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Environmental ethics is a theoretical discipline that deals with the study of the
proper connection between human beings to the environment. It also covers the
relationship of the value and
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The Moral and Ethical Aspects of Biotechnology
It is not common to find the words environment and ethics together in a single
sentence. However, given todays environment, environmental ethic
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Manifesto for the Anthropocene
A cultural practice that proves the existence of culture everywhere is the effort in
saving nature. Anthropocene is said to be beyond the opposition of the nat
Each kind of individual has a unique means of recognizing the importance of
maintaining the environment so as to have a better atmosphere that the relevant
communities can use in earning a living. Based on the underst
Anthropocene refers to a period when humanity has to acknowledge that his
activities are increasingly having catastrophic effects on the atmosphere. Once they
destroy the atmosphere, people and a
The Starbucks located in 1799 Fulton Street is well decorated and in a good location, so it
attracts a lots of customers nearby. Based on the survey conducted on October 29th, the age
group of customers in this Starbuck shop are mainly between 19 and 29.
A system is a sent of connected things that work together to form a network. A system
can be physical, political, economics, technological, social, creative, and more that have an
impact on our daily life. It is important to unde
Anthropocentrism: the moral value is to be dound primarily in humans; the human
interests come first.
Utilitarianism (Jeremy Benthan & John Stuart Mill): a form of consequentialism. maximizing
total benefit and reducing suffering or the negatives. It is a
Prof. Sam Mickey
Plants knows the answer of life
John James Audubon, who was an americana naturalist, said A true conservationist is a
man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from h
Ecofeminism is a kind of ethics which do not means that female should be more
important than male, but meaning that it should be equality of both male and
female. However, in ancient China, it seems