Christian Environmental Ethics Paperback

A Case Method Approach

by James B. Martin-Schramm; Robert L. Stivers;


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Christian Environmental Ethics

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Nine cases and commentaries that present real-life situations and analyze the crucial decisions to be made.

Environmental issues are front-page news, from the storage of nuclear waste (not in my backyard!) to our dependence on imported oil. Individuals, communities, and industries with differing interests confront these issues on a daily basis and often vie for public support.

The first section describes the causes of environmental degradation, develops principles of environmental justice, and demonstrates how to approach decision-making. Nine cases and commentaries, based on actual situations, then explore the issues and provide resources, both moral and theological, to help readers evaluate possible outcomes. Each case/commentary includes suggested readings and relevant web sites for further research.

Christian Environmental Ethics by James B. Martin-Schramm; Robert L. Stivers was published by Orbis Books in February 2004. The ISBN for Christian Environmental Ethics is 9781570754999.

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Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherOrbis Books (February 2004)
Weight467g
Number of Pages192
Thickness18 mm
Height230 mm
Width154 mm
ISBN9781570754999
ISBN-101570754993
Product Code26498
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