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Author Gillespie, Alexander.

Title International environmental law, policy, and ethics / Alexander Gillespie
Published Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000


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Description xiv, 217 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Table of Important Laws, Declarations, and Decisions, in Chronological Order -- I. Anthropocentricism -- II. The Self-Interest Justification for Environmental Protection -- III. The Use of Economic Rationale as a Justification for Environmental Protection -- IV. Religious Justifications for Environmental Protection -- V. Aesthetic, Cultural, and Recreational Justifications -- VI. The Rights of Future Generations as a Justification for Environmental Protection -- VII. The Growth of New, Non-Anthropocentric Ideals within International Environmental Law -- VIII. The Moral Considerability of Animals -- IX. Respect for Life -- X. The Land Ethic -- XI. Conclusion
Analysis Natural resources
Natural resource management
UN conventions
Cost benefit analysis
Cultural values
Overseas item
Notes First published 1997
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [179]-210) and index
Subject Environmental protection -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Environmental law, International.
Environmental policy.
Environmental ethics.
LC no. 97019430
ISBN 019826562X
0198298722 paperback