Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy (2009) discusses philosophical and ethical issues related to the environment, both current and historical. Content falls into a number of categories: commerce and economics, cultural antecedents, global perspectives, social/political movements, the impact of technology, and others. Biographies of notable environmentalist are also included.
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