Compiled by Prof. Ron Epstein
I originally constructed this web site primarily
for the benefit of the students in my classes at San Francisco State
University, from which I am now retired. (I am currently a research
professor at the Institute for World Religions in Berkeley, California.)
I am leaving the site online in the hope that people will still find
it to be useful. All of the material is copyrighted. Permission is granted
for individual, single copy, personal use only. Please send suggestions,
corrections, broken links, and inquiries about other use of the materials
to me at email@example.com.
in Applied Environmental Ethics:
Rachel's Environment & Health Weekly
Environmental Resources on the World Wide Web
Library of Congress Subject Headings for Environmental Sources
"Online Guide to Ethics and Moral Philosophy" by Robert Cavalier
Environmental Ethics Information
Society for Environmental Ethics
Environmental Ethics (Journal)
Environmental Ethics & Public Policy Program
Environmental Ethics Electronic Resource Guide
Environmental Ethics Syllabus Project
"A Very Brief History of the Origins of Environmental Ethics for the Novice"
"A General Statement of the Tragedy of the Commons" by Herschel Elliott
"Why Prometheus Suffers: Technology and the Ecological Crisis"
by Albert A. Anderson
"I Enjoy Being a Virus" by Jon Carroll
Topics in Applied Environmental Ethics:
Environmental Effects of War
Directory: Environmental Impacts of War
Afghanistan War and Environment Archive
Genetic Engineering and Its Dangers (Website)
Nanotechnology: Ethics, Environment and Health (Website)
Cloning Bibliography of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics
We Consume Too Much?" by Mark Sagoff
Resource Needs and Allocation
Consumption and the Environment
Animals and Vegetarianism
Resources on Vegetarianism and Animal Welfare
"A Buddhist Perspective on Animal Rights" by Ron Epstein
"Mad over Beef" by Marc Lappé, Ph.D and Britt Bailey
"Ethics Updates: Animal Rights and Welfare"
"How to Win an Argument with a Meat-Eater"
Air and Water Pollution
"Our Stolen Future"
"Generations at Risk"
"Fear in the Fields: How Hazardous Wastes Become Fertilizer" Pt. One
"Fear in the Fields: How Hazardous Wastes Become Fertilizer" Pt. Two
"The Feeding Frenzy of a Morphing `Cell From Hell'"
"Human Breast Milk is Contaminated"
Water Rights and Water Pollution
"Pollution and the Environment: Some Radically New Ancient Views." by Dr Ron Epstein
Nuclear Campaign Website
Committee for Nuclear Responsibility
Ozone Crisis and Global Warming
Letter From The End or the World: Ultraviolet Crisis Worsens
Arctic Ozone Hole Appears
Population and the Environment
Population Growth and the Environment
"Beyond Malthus: Sixteen Dimension of the Population Problem"
Selected Sources-Women, Environment and Development
"What Chief Seattle Really Said"
Spirituality and the Environment
Inner Ecology: Buddhist Ethics and Practice" by Ron Epstein
"Pollution and the Environment: Some Radically New Ancient Views" by Ron Epstein
"Environmental Issues: A Buddhist Perspective." by Ron Epstein
Children about Environmental Ethics
These links have been provided by Ann Hempleman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Environmental Literacy Council
Schoolyard Ecology Leader's Handbook
North American Association of Environmental Education
UNESCO: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future