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  Volume 12, Number 2, Autumn 2007

Table of Contents

From: Ethics & the Environment

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Identification with Nature: What It Is and Why It Matters

pp. 1-22

Green Consciousness: Earth-Based Myth and Meaning in Shrek

pp. 23-44

Approaching a Climatic Research Ettiquette

pp. 45-70

Public Toilets: Sex Segregation Revisited

pp. 71-91

'Piracy' On the High Seas: An Analysis of Bratton's Sea Ethic

pp. 93-115

Commentary on the Future of Environmental Philosophy

The Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 117-118

The Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 119-120

The Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 120-122

Environmental Midwifery and the Need for an Ethics of the Transition: A Quick Riff on the Future of Environmental Ethics

pp. 122-123

A Few Thoughts on the Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 124-125

Whither Environmental Philosophy?

pp. 125-127

The Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 128-130

The Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 130-131

The Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 132-133

The Past and Future of Environmental Ethics/Philosophy

pp. 134-136

The Future of Graduate Education in Environmental Philosophy/Ethics

pp. 136-139

Critical Issues in Future Environmental Ethics

pp. 139-142

Future Environmental Philosophies and Their Biocultural Conservation Interfaces

pp. 142-145

A Demanding Environmental Ethics for the Future

pp. 146-147

A Clear Division of Labor Within Environmental Philosophy

pp. 147-149

Future of Environmental Philosophy

pp. 149-150

Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 151-155

Thanks to Referees

Our Thanks to the Referees 2006-2007

p. 157

Index

Index to Volume 12

p. 159

Research Areas

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