By Brendan Gleeson, Nicholas Low

Governing for the surroundings explores one of many dimensions of the value-knowledge process wanted in any circulation in the direction of humane governance for the planet: the ecological sustainability and integrity of the Earth's atmosphere. The e-book starts off from the basis that whereas environmental wisdom and values have built swiftly, their improvement must never weigh down attention of alternative center 'humane' values: peace, social justice, and human rights. The book's participants discover a number of moral concerns that needs to tell destiny international legislation of the Earth's setting.

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