References

References
ALDRICH, J.L. and KORMONDY, E.J. 1972. Environmental education: academia's response. Washington, D.C.: Commis- sion on Undergraduate Education in the Biological Sciences.
Aldrich
Environmental education: academia's response
1972
CENTER FOR ETHICS AND SOCIAL POLICY. 1977. Ethics for a crowded world. Berkeley, California: Graduate The- ological Union.
Center For Ethics And Social Policy
Ethics for a crowded world
1977
CHARLTON, R.E. 1979. Futuristics in biology: some tech- niques. Amer. Biol. Teacher41, (3): 136.
Charlton
3
136
41
Amer. Biol. Teacher
1979
EHRLICH, P.A., EHRLICH, A.H. and HOLDREN, J.P. 1977. Ecoscience: population, resources, environment. San Fran- cisco: W.H. Freeman.
Ehrlich
Ecoscience: population, resources, environment
1977
KIEFFER, G.H. 1979. Can bioethics be taught? Amer. Biol. Teacher41, (3):176.
Kieffer
3
176
41
Amer. Biol. Teacher
1979
MATTHIESSEN, P. 1959. Wildlife in America. New York: Penguin.
Matthiessen
Wildlife in America
1959
MILLER, G.J. 1979. Living in the environment. 2nd ed. Bel- mont, California: Wadsworth.
Miller
2
Living in the environment
1979
REGENSTEIN, L. 1975. The politics of extinction. New York. Macmillan.
Regenstein
The politics of extinction
1975
WHITE, L. 1967. The historical roots of our ecologic crisis. Science155:1203.10.2307/1720120
1203
This content is only available via PDF.

Article PDF first page preview

Article PDF first page preview