Reconciling Human Existence with Ecological Integrity: Science, Ethics, Economics and Law
Laura Westra, Klaus Bosselmann, Richard Westra
Earthscan, 2008 - Science - 351 pages
The ecological challenge demands a paradigm shift in our thinking about the human-environment relation. Reconciling Human Existence with Ecological Integrity provides a?state of the art? account of work on ecological integrity - and offers a compelling vision for the future.?. Derek Bell, Senior Lecturer at the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, University of Newcastle.?A book of vast scope and richness ... If policymakers around the world took notice of this insightful set of messages, we would all live with greater happiness, health, and wellbeing, with a brighter future for our.
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