Series: Ecology and Ethics Volume: 2
This book advances Earth Stewardship toward a planetary scale, presenting a range of ecological worldviews, practices, and institutions in different parts of the world and to use them as the basis for considering what we could learn from one another, and what we could do together. Today, inter-hemispheric, intercultural, and transdisciplinary collaborations for Earth Stewardship are an imperative.
Chapters document pathways that are being forged by socio-ecological research networks, religious alliances, policy actions, environmental citizenship and participation, and new forms of conservation, based on both traditional and contemporary ecological knowledge and values.
"The Earth Stewardship Initiative of the Ecological Society of America fosters practices to provide a stable basis for civilization in the future. Biocultural ethic emphasizes that we are co-inhabitants in the natural world; no matter how complex our inventions may become" (Peter Raven).
Chapter 1. Introduction: Linking Ecology and Ethics for an Interregional and Intercultural Earth Stewardship
Ricardo Rozzi, F. Stuart Chapin III, J. Baird Callicott, Mary E. Power, Steward T.A. Pickett, Juan J. Armesto and Roy H. May Jr.
PART I. A BIOCULTURAL APPROACH TO EARTH STEWARDSHIP
Chapter 2. Ecological Science and Practice: Dialogues across Cultures and Disciplines
Sharon E. Kingsland
Chapter 3. Biogeochemistry and Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Practices in Japan
Chapter 4. Aesthetic and Moral Appreciation of Nature in Philosophical Traditions of China
Chapter 5. The Antlers of a Trilemma: Rediscovering Andean Sacred Sites
Fausto O. Sarmiento
Chapter 6. Spirituality and the Pachamama in the Andean Aymara Worldview
Chapter 7. Andean Llamas and Earth Stewardship
Roy H. May, Jr.
Chapter 8. Earth Stewardship and Biocultural Ethics: Latin American Perspectives
Chapter 9. Implications of Latin American Biocultural Ethics for Earth Stewardship
Chapter 10. The Politics of Earth Stewardship in the Uneven Anthropocene
Laura Ogden, Nik Heynen, Ulrich Oslender, Paige West, Karim-Aly Kassam, Paul Robbins, Francisca Massardo and Ricardo Rozzi
PART II. INTEGRATING STEWARDSHIP ACROSS DISCIPLINES AND SCALES
Chapter 11. The Centennial Return of Stewardship to the Ecological Society of America
J. Baird Callicott
Chapter 12. Earth Stewardship: An Initiative by the Ecological Society of America to Foster Engagement to Sustain Planet Earth
F. Stuart Chapin III, Steward T. A. Pickett, Mary E. Power, Scott L. Collins, Jill S. Baron, David W. Inouye, and Monica G. Turner
Chapter 13. Geographical and Thematic Distribution of Publications Generated at the International Long-Term Ecological Research Network (ILTER) Sites
Ben Li, Terry Parr and Ricardo Rozzi
Chapter 14. Earth Stewardship, the Need for a Transdisciplinary Approach and the Role of the International Long Term Ecological Research Network (ILTER)
Manuel Maass and Miguel Equihua
Chapter 15. Hermeneutics and Field Environmental Philosophy: Integrating Ecological Sciences and Ethics into Earth Stewardship
Jorge F. Aguirre Sala
Chapter 16. Arts and Humanities Efforts in the US Long-term Ecological Research (LTER) Network: Understanding Perceived Values and Challenges
Lissy Goralnik, Michael Paul Nelson, Leslie Ryan and Hannah Gosnell
Chapter 17. The Technosphere and Earth Stewardship
Charles L. Redman and Thaddeus R. Miller
Chapter 18. Using the Ecosystem Services Framework in a Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research Platform: Lessons from the Wadi Araba Desert, Israel and Jordan
Daniel E. Orenstein and Elli Groner
Chapter 19. Socio-Ecological Studies in Urban and Rural Ecosystems in Chile
Olga Barbosa and Paula Villagra
PART III. INTEGRATING ECOLOGY AND ETHICS AS A FOUNDATION FOR STEWARDSHIP ACTION
Chapter 20. Citizenship versus Stewardship
Chapter 21. The Ethics of Participatory Processes: Dynamic Flux, Open Questions
Chapter 22. IUCN Global Protected Areas Program: Making Space for People and Biodiversity in the Anthropocene
Ernesto C. Enkerlin-Hoeflich, Trevor Sandwith, Kathy MacKinnon, Diana Allen, Angela Andrade, Tim Badman, Paula Bueno, Kathryn Campbell, Jamison Ervin, Dan Laffoley, Terence Hay-Edie, Marc Hockings, Stig Johansson, Karen Keenleyside, Penny Langhammer, Eduard Mueller, Marjo Vierros, Leigh Welling, Stephen Woodley, and Nigel Dudley
Chapter 23. Ecology and Education in Marine Protected Areas: Insights from Brazil and South America
Flávio Berchez, Andrés Mansilla, Natália P. Ghilardi-Lopes, Evangelina Schwindt, Kelen Leite, and Ricardo Rozzi
Chapter 24. Earth Stewardship, Climate Change, and Low Carbon Consciousness: Reflections from Brazil and South America
Eduardo Viola and Larissa Basso
Chapter 25. Stewardship, Integrity of Creation and Climate Justice – Religious Ethics Insights
Chapter 26. World Religions, Ethics, and the Earth Charter, for a Sustainable Future
Mary Evelyn Tucker
Chapter 27. Dorothy Stang: Monkeys Cry and the Poor Die, Earth Stewardship as Liberation Ecology
Roy H. May, Jr.
Chapter 28. Chico Mendes and José Lutzenberger: Ecosystem Management at Multiple Scales of Government
Fernando José Rodrigues da Rocha and Fábio Valenti Possamai
Chapter 29. Frank Golley: Interdisciplinary Insights for a 21st Century Earth Stewardship
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