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Caring for Creation: Hope in Difficult Times

by Daniel E. Lee Lexington Books
Pub Date:
09/2019
ISBN:
9781498599313
Format:
Hbk 158 pages
Price:
AU$156.99 NZ$159.99
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Caring for Creation: Hope in Difficult Times argues that progress has been made in areas such as protection of endangered species, the sustainable agriculture movement, and recycling. While much remains to be done in these and other areas, this progress is cause for optimism about the future.

Acknowledgments
Prologue
Part I: Extinction and Endangered Species
Chapter 1: Ode to a Pigeon
Chapter 2: From Thundering Herds to but a Few
Chapter 3: Rescuing Species from the Brink of Extinction
Part II: Productivity and Sustainable Agriculture
Chapter 4: “A Whole Arsenal of Agricultural Chemicalsa
Chapter 5: New Ways to Farm Profitably While Protecting the Environment
Part III: Recycling
Chapter 6: Recycling Across the Ages
Chapter 7: A New Era
Epilogue
Bibliography
About the Author

Celebrate Earth as a garden!'from backyard to farm, agricultural field to flourishing wilderness, endangered species to sustainable biosphere (Garden of Eden). Give respect to and take responsibility for each landscape as land of promise, the promised land. Economic justice is inseparable from environmental justice, caring for people inseparable from caring for creation. Lee's penetrating, often detailed, account of smart land use and inept misuse is full of insights for difficult times.
Daniel E. Lee is the Marian Taft Cannon professor in the humanities at Augustana College and director of the Augustana Center for the Study of Ethics. He is author of numerous articles and ten books, including Human Rights and the Ethics of Globalization.