Exploring Environmental Ethics

An Introduction

  • Kimberly K.┬áSmith

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  10. Back Matter
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About this book


This book is designed as a basic text for courses that are part of an interdisciplinary program in environmental studies. The intended reader is anyone who expects environmental stewardship to be an important part of his or her life, as a citizen, a policy maker, or an environmental management professional.  In addition to discussing major issues in environmental ethics, it invites readers to think about how an ethicist's perspective differs from the perspectives encountered in other environmental studies courses.  Additional topics covered include corporate social responsibility, ecological citizenship, property theory, and the concept of stewardship as a vocation.


environmental stewardship environmental ethics corporate social responsiblity theories of justice environmental citizenship property theory environmental aesthetics stewardship as a vocation

Authors and affiliations

  • Kimberly K.┬áSmith
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  1. 1.Carleton CollegeNorthfieldUSA

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