Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics
The Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics presents articles on ethical issues confronting agriculture, food production and environmental concerns. The goal of this journal is to create a forum for discussion of moral issues arising from actual or projected social policies in regard to a wide range of questions. Among these are ethical questions concerning the responsibilities of agricultural producers, the assessment of technological changes affecting farm populations, the utilization of farmland and other resources, the deployment of intensive agriculture, the modification of ecosystems, animal welfare, the professional responsibilities of agrologists, veterinarians, or food scientists, the use of biotechnology, the safety, availability, and affordability of food.
The journal publishes scientific articles that are relevant to ethical issues, as well as philosophical papers and brief discussion pieces, and book reviews.
Lantz Fleming Miller (July 2018)
The Great Decoupling: Why Minimizing Humanity’s Dependence on the Environment May Not Be Cause for Celebration
Kenneth Shockley (June 2018)
- Journal Title
- Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics
- Volume 1 / 1988 - Volume 31 / 2018
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- Springer Netherlands
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