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Economy of the Earth, The (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public…

by Mark Sagoff

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This book addresses government social policy in relation to the environment, pollution, the workplace, and public safety and health. Professor Sagoff presents an analysis based on ethical, cultural, and political concerns, that reveals how environmental legislation can be sensitive to political reality and responsive to economic costs. The argument is developed to cover the relationship between liberalism and environmentalism, the place of values in environmental science, the importance of a "land ethic," the role of public interest groups, and efforts to reform environmental law.

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