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Society: Philosophy: Ethics: Environmental

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Deep Ecology
Some basic definitions of Deep Ecology.

Eco-Philosophy Center
Furthers ecological awareness, ecological values, and other means which are necessary to heal the Earth, and find meaningful and sustainable lifestyles.

Environmental Ethics
Provides information on environmental ethics appropriate for university students and others.

Environmental Ethics
Graduate program in environmental ethics at the University of North Texas.

The Environmental Ethics & Public Policy Program at Harvard
Trains students to conduct their own ongoing research on the ethical implications of important environmental issues.

Environmental Ethics Resources -
Essays on issues related to environmental ethics and activism together with a comprehensive list of environmental ethics and philosophy resources.

Environmental Ethics Resources on WWW
Hierarchical listing of environmental ethics resources available on-line.

Ethics Updates: Environmental Ethics
Directory of papers, news articles, links, and other resources to sites on the topic.

Fund for Christian Ecology
Christian Ecology is that branch of Christian thought dedicated to the development and application of traditional and/or cutting-edge Christian thinking to the problem of environmental destruction and the resulting planetary crisis.

The Green Fuse
Aims to make environmental philosophy accessible to a wide audience, with briefings on key topics, a glossary and a resource section.

Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center
An inspiration for sustainable living in the mountains of East Tennessee, ecological programs, meeting facilities and retreat activities, set amidst its continuing interests in community, sustainability and spirituality.

New Century, New Science, New Values: Environmental Thinking for the 21st Century
The Environmental Ethics and Public Policy Program of the Harvard Divinity School focuses on the explicit and implicit values which inform policy decisions made by individuals, non-governmental groups, corporations and governments affecting all aspects of the environment.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Environmental Ethics
Article on the moral relationship of humans to the environment; by Andrew Brennan and Yeuk-Sze Lo.


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