Food ethics /

by Pojman, Louis P.
Additional authors: McShane, Katie.
Edition statement:Second edition. Physical details: xx, 236 ; 24 cm ISBN:1285197313; 9781285197319. Year: 2017 Item type: Sustainable Development
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Sustainable Consumption and Production

Sustainable Consumption and Production

Includes index.

Animal rights : Rational beings alone have moral worth / Immanuel Kant -- The green Kant: Kant's treatment of animals / Holly L Wilson A utilitarian defense of animal liberation / Peter Singer / The radical egalitarian case for animal rights / Tom Regan / A critique of Regan's animal rights theory / Mary Anne Warren -- Population and consumption : A special moment in history: the challenge of overpopulation and overconsumption / Bill Mckibben / The tragedy of the commons / Garrett Hardin / Revisiting the commons: local lessons, global challenges / Elinor Ostrom, Joanna Burger, Christopher B Field, Richard B. Norgaard, and David Policansky / The unjust war against population / Jacqueline Kasun / Lifeboat ethics / Garrett Hardin / Population and food: a critique of lifeboat ethics / William W. Murdoch and Allan Oaten -- Pollution : You are what you breathe / Hilary French / We all live in Bhopal / David Watson / People or penguins: the case for optimal pollution / William F. Baxter / Is Silent Spring behind us? / David Pimentel -- Food ethics : Hunger, duty, and ecology: on what we owe starving humans / Mylan Engel, Jr. / The world food supply: the damage done by cattle-raising / Tristram Coffin / Vegetarianism and treading lightly on the earth / Michael Allen Fox / Can frankenfood save the planet? / Jonathan Rauch / The unholy alliance / Mae-wan Ho / The ETC report: the poor can feed themselves / From "eat more" to "eat less": 1900-1990 / Marion Nestle / Slow food nation / Alice Waters / One thing to do about food / Eric Schlosser, Marion Nestle, Michael Pollan, Wendell Berry, Troy Duster, Elizabeth Ransom, Winona Laduke, Peter Singer, Vandana Shiva, Carlo Petrini, Eliot Coleman, and Jim Hightower.

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