An eloquent introduction to the ethical and philosophical values at stake in biological conservation, this book familiarizes readers with the general issues and possible solutions to the problems societies face in simultaneously conserving nature and promoting culture.
"This is an introduction to the ethical questions involved in biological conservation.... The book includes case studies on the spotted owl, the sale of elephant ivory, research in zoos, hybrid animals, and animal welfare." -- "World Conservation Union"
About Holmes Rolston
HOLMES ROLSTON III is professor of philosophy at Colorado State University.
Conserving Natural Value by Holmes Rolston
Issues, Cases, and Methods in Biodiversity Conservation
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