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Ignoring Nature No More: The Case for Compassionate Conservation

edited by Marc Bekoff
Format
Book
Published
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, [2013]
Language
English
ISBN
9780226925332, 0226925331, 9780226925356, 0226925358, 9780226925363 (e-book)
Contents
  • The infirm ethical foundations of conservation / John A. Vucetich and Michael P. Nelson
  • Venturing beyond the tyranny of small differences: the animal protection movement, conservation, and environmental education / Paul Waldau
  • Ecocide and the extinction of animal minds / Eileen Crist
  • Talking about bushmeat / Dale Peterson
  • Conservation, animal rights, and human welfare: A pragmatic view of the "bushmeat crisis" / Ben A. Minteer
  • Why we really don't care about the evidence in evidence-based decision making in conservation (and how to change this) / Daniel T. Blumstein
  • Cautionary wildlife tales: learning to fail or failing to learn? / Joel Berger
  • Coyotes, compassionate conservation, and coexistence: why ignoring nature means ineffective "predator management" / Camilla H. Fox
  • Why evolutionary biology is important for conservation: toward evolutionarily sustainable harvest management / Marco Festa-Bianchet
  • Reintroductions to "ratchet up" public perceptions of biodiversity: reversing the extinction of experience through animal restorations / Philip J. Seddon and Yolanda van Heezik
  • Przewalski's horses and red wolves: importance of behavioral research for species brought back from the brink of extinction / Sarah R.B. King
  • Why individuals matter: lessons in animal welfare and conservation / Liv Baker
  • The imperative of steady state economics for wild animal welfare / Brian Czech
  • Conservation, biodiversity, and tourism in New Zealand: engaging with the conservation economy / Eric J. Shelton
  • Anthropological perspectives on ignoring nature / Barbara J. King
  • Nature and animals in human social interactions: fostering environmental identity / Susan Clayton
  • Conservation social work: the interconnections of biodiversity health and human resilience / Philip Tedeschi, Sarah M. Bexell, and Jolie NeSmith
  • The war on nature-turning the tide?: lessons from other movements and conservation history / David Johns
  • Consuming Nature: the cultural politics of animals and the environment in the mass media / Carrie Packwood Freeman and Jason Leigh Jarvis
  • Children, Animals, and Social Neuroscience: empathy, conservation education, and activism / Olin E. "Gene" Myers Jr.
  • Compassionate conservation: a paradigm shift for wildlife management in Australasia / Daniel Ramp, Dror Ben-Ami, Keely Boom, and David B. Croft
  • Explaining China's wildlife crisis: cultural tradition or politics of development / Peter J. Li
  • A triangular playing field: the social, economic, and ethical context of conserving India's natural heritage / Vivek Menon.
Description
xxvii, 419 pages . ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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