By Aarne Vesilind and Thomas D. DiStefano
Designed for a one-semester path in environmental expertise, this introductory textbook combines displays of environmental applied sciences with tales and biographies illustrating milestones in environmental technological know-how and engineering
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In evoking a new ethic to protect land and other natural amenities, [Aldo] Leopold implicitly called for concomitant changes in the philosophy of the law. Now, less than a generation after the publication of Leopold’s classic essay, Professor Christopher D. Stone has laid the foundation for just such a philosophy in a graceful essay that itself bids fair to become a classic. What was so important about this essay? Get a copy of it (it appears in numerous anthologies and a book by the same name) and see what Stone has to say.
These principles were first developed in what became common law in England, and was then brought over to the colonies. Common law is derived from the principle of fair play, or justice—a purely British invention. Under common law, if a person is wronged the perpetrator is convicted and sentenced on the basis of precedence. That is, if a similar wrongful act occurred previously, then the only right and fair thing to do is to treat the next person in a similar manner. Common law is not written down, except as cases that define the precedent for new cases.
Or places? Should the moral community be extended to include other animals? . plants? . inanimate objects such as rocks, mountains, and even places? If so, should we also extend the moral community to our progeny who are destined to live in the environment we will to them? The Asbestos Conspiracy Asbestos is a mineral and a fiber, and has the dual characteristics of being very strong and non-combustible. It has found wide use in the insulation of boilers and other heating components, as well as fireproofing and insulating buildings.
Controlling environmental pollution: an introduction to the technologies, history and ethics by Aarne Vesilind and Thomas D. DiStefano