Justice and the Environment: Conceptions of Environmental Sustainability and Theories of Distributive Justice

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INDEX
Ackerman, Bruce9, 75-6, 129, 160-1, 263
Adams, J.263
Almond, Brenda102, 181-2, 236-7, 263
Andersson, T.135, 263
animals, see rights
Appfel-Marglin, F.263
Arnold, R.263
Attfield, Robin263
autopoiesis 216
Baird Callicott, J.263
Barbier, E.263, 265
Barry, Brian9, 40, 65, 66, 67, 69-70, 71, 73, 93-4, 236, 244, 263-4
and an 'ethic of care' 96, 99-102
and compensatory justice 159-60, 161-2
and future generations 103, 159
and impartiality 196-8, 199, 202, 203,205
and Locke, John148
and population 116-18
and Rawls, John120-2, 196
and sustainability 116
Bartelmus, Peter41, 134, 136, 264
Barton, J.264
Beckerman, Wilfred42, 51-2, 264
Belsey, Andrew90, 137, 263, 264
Bentham, Jeremy83, 264
Benton, Ted67, 68-9, 180, 202, 264
and the community of justice (animals, non-human nature) 174-7, 185-90
critique of formal rights 110, 185-6
critique of private property rights 156
biodiversity 47
Black, M.266
Bottomore, Tom40, 264
Bowers, J.43, 264
Braidotti, Rosa134, 264
Bromley, D.148, 264
Brooks, R.183, 264, 268
Brown, L.264
Brubaker, Elizabeth151, 153-7, 158-9, 264
Brundtland Report 14, 17, 59-60, 133- 4, 135
Bullard, Robert20, 264
Burke, Edmund104, 264
Cadava, E.264
Campbell, Tom66, 265
'care' ethic, see social justice
Carew-Reid, J.135, 265
Carley, M.265
Carlson, D.265
Carroll, J.265
Christensen, E.264
Christie I.265
citizenship 205
Cobb, John42, 265
Commoner, Barry265
compensation, see substitutability
Conference on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) 152
consequentialism 9
contingent valuation 211
Conway, G.265
Cooper, David169, 180, 231, 236, 265
Cornell, D.265
Costanza, R.265
Cowen, Tyler96-7, 112-14, 265
'critical natural capital' 40, 43-4, 45-6, 47, 52, 60
conception of sustainability 39, 41- 7, 61, 87-164, 188, 194, 195, 205, 238, 256, 260, 261

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
  • Contents xi
  • PART I 1
  • Introduction 3
  • 1- Environmental Politics And Distributive Justice 12
  • PART II 31
  • 2- Three Conceptions Of Environmental Sustainability 33
  • 3- The Dimensions of Social Justice 62
  • PART III 85
  • 4- 'Critical Natural Capital' And Social Justice (part L) 87
  • 5- 'Critical Natural Capital' And Social Justice (part Ii) 132
  • 6- 'Irreversibility' and Social Justice 165
  • 7- 'Natural Value' and Social Justice 216
  • Conclusion 240
  • References 263
  • Index 275
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