1994: Environmental Ethics at Work

Volume 3: 1994

While it is admirable to have an environmental ethic, maintaining such an ethic is difficult in both practice and theory. Contributors include a US EPA president and a US DOE whistleblower, who have faced ethical dilemmas in the workplace. Despite the risks, they stood up for their beliefs, learning in the process that adhering to their deepest convictions brought great rewards.

Introduction

Essays

  • Father Thomas Berry: A Reverence for Life
    Interview with Father Thomas Berry
  • Managing the Earth Household: A Green Perspective on Ethics and Economics
    Steve Chase
  • Identity and Ethics: From Ecclesiastical to Ecological
    Philip Clark
  • Ethical Behavior: Destiny or Disease
    Casey Ruud
  • EPA Headquarters: The Challenge on the Front Lines
    Dwight Welch
  • Accepting the Gift Without the Giver
    Ruth Jacquot
  • Ethics in the Newsroom
    Andrew Brengle
  • David Brower: Of Ethics, Boldness and Butterflies
    Interview with David Brower
  • The Images of Whole Terrain
    Ty Minton
  • For Dian Fossey
    Howard Nelson
  • Temporary Participants and Touching
    Sandy Fink

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