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Berkshire encyclopedia of sustainability. Volume 1, The spirit of sustainability / editor, Willis Jenkins ; assistant editor, Whitney Bauman.

Jenkins, Willis. (Editor). Bauman, Whitney. (Editor).
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Albright Memorial Library REF 338.927 BERKSHI 50686014777606 Reference Available

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  • ISBN: 9781933782157
  • ISBN: 1933782153
  • Physical Description: xxiv, 469 : ill. ; 29 cm.
  • Publisher: Great Barrington, Mass. : Berkshire Publishing Group, ℗♭2010.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: African diaspora religions -- Agenda 21 -- Agrarianism -- Agriculture -- Animals -- Anthropic principle -- Anthropic principle -- Anthropocentrism -- Anthroposophy -- Architecture -- Bah©Ł'©Ư -- Beauty -- Biocentrism -- Biodiversity -- Bioethics -- Biophilia -- Buddhism -- Chipko movement -- Christianity, Anabaptist -- Christianity, Eastern Orthodox -- Christianity, Evangelical and Pentecostal -- Christianity, mainline Protestant -- Christianity, Society of Friends/Quakers -- Climate change -- Common good -- Community -- Confucianism -- Conservation -- Conservation biology -- Cosmic commons -- Cosmology -- Council of all beings -- Creation -- Creation spirituality -- Culture -- Daoism -- Development, concepts and considerations -- Development, sustainable -- Dominion -- Dualism -- Earth charter -- Earth Day -- Ecocentrism -- Ecocide -- Ecological footprint -- Ecology -- Ecology, cultural -- Ecology, deep -- Ecology, political -- Ecology, social -- Economics -- Ecopsychology -- Ecovillages -- Education -- Energy -- Eschatology -- Ethics, communicative -- Ethics, environmental -- Ethics, global -- Ethics, natural law -- Evolution -- Feminist thought -- Forests -- Fundamentalism -- Future -- Future generations -- Gaia -- Globalization -- God -- Green Belt Movement -- Green parties -- Hinduism -- Hybridity -- Indigenous and traditional people -- Indigenous traditions, Africa -- Indigenous traditions, the Arctic -- Indigenous traditions, Australia -- Indigenous traditions, North America -- Indigenous traditions, Oceania -- Indigenous traditions, South America -- Individualism -- International commissions and summits -- Islam -- Jainism -- Jordan River project -- Judaism -- Justice -- Language -- Law -- Liberationist thought -- Libertarianism -- Meditation and prayer -- Millennium Development Goals -- Mormonism -- National Religious Partnership for the Environment -- Nature -- Nature religions and animism -- New Age spirituality -- Nonprofit organizations, environmental -- Nonviolence -- Order and harmony -- Paganism and neopaganism -- Peace -- Pilgrimage -- Place -- Politics -- Population -- Poverty -- Pragmatism -- Precautionary principle -- Process thought -- Property and possessions -- Racism -- Responsibility -- Restoration -- Sacrament -- Sacred texts -- Sacrifice -- Science, religion, and ecology -- Shamanism -- Shinto -- Sikhism -- Simplicity and asceticism -- Sin and evil -- Spirit and spirituality -- Stewardship -- Subsistence -- Sustainability theory -- Technology -- Theocentrism -- Time -- The tragedy of the commons -- Unitarianism and Unitarian Universalism -- The universe story -- Utilitarianism -- Values -- Vegetarianism -- Virtues and vices -- Waste -- Water -- White's thesis -- Wilderness -- Wisdom traditions -- Wise Use movement -- World Bank -- World religions and ecology.
Summary, etc.: Explores the moral worlds, axial concepts, and social practices related to sustainability. Presents the various goals of sustainability--ecological integrity, economic health, human dignity, fairness to the future, social justice--and provides interpretive frameworks for reasoning through the combined challenges each goal presents, to both current and future generations.--From publisher's description.
Subject: Sustainability > Moral and ethical aspects > Encyclopedias.
Sustainable development > Moral and ethical aspects > Encyclopedias.
Human ecology > Religious aspects > Encyclopedias.
Environmental ethics > Encyclopedias.
Summary: Explores the moral worlds, axial concepts, and social practices related to sustainability. Presents the various goals of sustainability--ecological integrity, economic health, human dignity, fairness to the future, social justice--and provides interpretive frameworks for reasoning through the combined challenges each goal presents, to both current and future generations.--From publisher's description.
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