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Ethics for a Small Planet: Communication Handbook on the Ethical and Theological Reasons for Protecting Biodiversity

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By: Biodiversity Project
Ethics for a Small Planet: Communication Handbook on the Ethical and Theological Reasons for Protecting Biodiversity
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  • Ethics for a Small Planet: Communication Handbook on the Ethical and Theological Reasons for Protecting Biodiversity ISBN: 9780615122588 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #155517
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This handbook on the ethical and theological underpinnings of biodiversity conservation is a tool to open a broader conversation on the ethical considerations related to protecting species, habitat, and ecosystems. Featuring essays from a distinguished group of ethicists, theologians, environmental advocates, and communications experts - Peter Bakken, Jane Elder, Peter Forbes, Dieter Hessel, Nancy J. Miaoulis, Bob Perschel, Daniel Swartz, and others - this handbook will help biodiversity spokespersons understand the ethical and religious frameworks in which biodiversity issues are discussed so that they can communicate more effectively with the public.

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We cannot preserve biodiversity until we come to understand that, at its heart, this is not an economic, or a political, or a scientific challenge - it is a moral challenge, and this book is The tool we have needed to grapple with that understanding. - Carl Pope, national executive director of the Sierra Club"
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