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Conserving Natural Value

Series: Perspectives in Biological Diversity

By: H Rolston

268 pages, no illustrations

Columbia University Press

Paperback | Aug 1994 | #51002 | ISBN: 023107901X
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Including case studies on the spotted owl, the sale of elephant ivory, research in zoos, and hybrid animals, this book discusses the ethical and philosophical issues associated with biological conservation. 'No one makes environmental ethics more accessible', David W Orr.

This is an introduction to the ethical questions involved in biological conservation.... The book includes case studies on the spotted owl, the sale of elephant ivory, research in zoos, hybrid animals, and animal welfare. -- "World Conservation Union"


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Biography

HOLMES ROLSTON III is professor of philosophy at Colorado State University.

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