First published in 1997, this book discusses the interplaying factors environmental issues have on justice and property and other social problems. Endeavouring create a discourse on what sustainability means in implementation, each of the contributors to this book approaches this via different theoretical viewpoints.
Table of Contents
1. Ecology, Community and Justice, Ted Benton. 2. Human Needs and Natural Relations: The Dilemmas of Ecology, Kate Soper. 3. Justice, Consistency and ‘Non-Human’ Ethics, David E.Cooper. 4. Interspecies Solidarity: Care Operated Upon by Justice, Tim Hayward. 5. Discounting, Jamieson’s Trilemma and Representing the Future, Robin Attfield. 6. The Lockean Provisos and the Privatisation of Nature, Markku Oksanen. 7. King Darius and the Environmental Economist, John O’Neill. 8. Environmental Goods and Market Boundaries: A Response to O’Neill, Russell Keat. 9. Private Rights, Public Interests and the Environment, Donals McGillivray, John Wightman. 10. Unsustainable Developments in Law-making for Environmental Liability? C.M.G Himsworth. 11. Cultural Communities and Intellectual Property Rights in Plant Genetic Resources, Anthony Stenson, Tim Gray. 12. The Merchandising of Biodiversity, Joan Martinez-Alier.