Global Ethics and Environment

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ABARE see Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Aboriginal peoples, Australian 10 , 175-86 , 197 , 226-7 ;
concept of country 177-80 ;
and deep colonizing 181-4 ;
Dreamings 177 , 178 , 180 ;
‘middle-aged death syndrome’ 179 ;
seasonal burning 223-4 ;
subjectivity and politics 180-1 ;
totems 178-9 , 181
absolutism versus relativism 131 , 133 , 203-4
academics, role of 7 , 129-30
acid rain 251-2
activism 18-19 , 23 , 34 , 202 , 278
Africa 224-5 , 229 , 232 , 239
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry 39
agriculture:
farmers’ rights 231 ;
Nordhaus’ view of effects of climate change 100-1 ;
value of traditional knowledge 221 , 224-5
agrochemicals 235-6
aid programmes 16-17
air quality:
and poverty 94
Air Quality Agreement 252
Al-Kabeer Slaughter House, India 59-62
Albrecht, Josef 51
Alliance of Small Island States 92 , 93
Altvater, Elmar 14
anarchy, international 267 , 269 , 273 , 274
Andean Pact 232
Andhra Pradesh, India 59 , 60
animal experiments 160-2
animal liberation movement 146 , 150-1 , 153 , 155
animal psychology 163-4
animal rights 9-10 , 152 , 158-60 , 202-5 , 207 ;
amorality view 167-8 ;
community argument 170-3 ;
duty view 164-7 ;
response to Cohen’s views 160-73 ;
right-kind argument 168-70
animals:
‘higher’ 154 , 190 , 198 , 200 ;
pets 207 ;
relevance of ethics to 146-56 , 185 , 199
Antarctic 250 , 258 , 259 , 273
anthropocentrism 189-91 , 194 , 195 , 196 , 197 , 198 ;
and humanism 153 ;
inevitability of 123 ;
versus ecocentrism 110 ;
see also human supremacism
AOSIS see Alliance of Small Island States
apartheid:
environmental 53-9 ;
global 4
AQA see Air Quality Agreement
aquaculture 63 ;
see also fisheries
Arctic 218 , 235
Argentina 290
Aristotle 1 , 148-9 , 201
ASEAN see Association of South East Asian Nations
Asia:
economic crisis 289 ;
traditional medicine 224
Association of South East Asian Nations 92
asthma 35-6
Atlanta, Georgia 36 , 39
ATSDR see Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
Australia:
bushfoods 226-7 ;
and climate change 90 , 92 , 93-4 , 95 , 102 ;
defection from CRAMRA 250 , 258 , 259 ;
and emissions reduction 6 , 93-4 , 95-9 , 103-4 ;
fire regimes 224 ;
kangaroo industry 148 ;
lead levels in children 94 ;
loss of indigenous

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