Biophilia: unanswered questions
Contributor(s):: SoulÃ©, Michael E.
Clarifying the concept: biophilia and the conservation ethic
Contributor(s):: Wilson, Edward O.
Clarifying the concept: the biological basis for human values of nature
Contributor(s):: Kellert, Stephen R.
Culture: searching for the lost arrow: physical and spiritual ecology in the hunter's world
Contributor(s):: Nelson, Richard
Culture: the loss of floral and faunal story: the extinction of experience
Contributor(s):: Nabhan, Gary Paul, St. Antoine, Sara
Ethics and political action: biophilia, selfish genes, shared values
Contributor(s):: Holmes, Rolston, III.
Ethics and political action: love it or lose it: the coming biophilia
Contributor(s):: Orr, David W.
Evolution: God, Gaia, and biophilia
Contributor(s):: Sagan, Dorion, Margulis, Lynn
Evolution: of life and artifacts
Contributor(s):: Gadgil, Madhav
New Guineans and their natural world
Contributor(s):: Diamond, Jared
Prelude: "A Siamese Connexion with a Plurality of Other Mortals"
Contributor(s):: McVay, Scott
Symbolism: on animal friends
Contributor(s):: Shepard, Paul
Symbolism: the sacred bee, the filthy pig, and the bat out of hell: animal symbolism as cognitive biophilia
Contributor(s):: Lawrence, Elizabeth Atwood
Animal related activities as determinants of species knowledge
Contributor(s):: Randler, Christoph
Wild animals and other pets kept in Costa Rican households: Incidence, species and numbers
Contributor(s):: Drews, C.
Biofuels: efficiency, ethics, and limits to human appropriation of ecosystem services
Contributor(s):: Gomiero, T., Paoletti, M. G., Pimentel, D.
Biofuels have lately been indicated as a promising source of cheap and sustainable energy. In this paper we argue that some important ethical and environmental issues have also to be addressed: (1) the conflict between biofuels production and global food security, particularly in developing...
Conservation of biodiversity within Canadian agricultural landscapes: integrating habitat for wildlife
Contributor(s):: Mineau, P., McLaughlin, A.
Industrialized agriculture currently substitutes for many of the ecological functions of soil microorganisms, macroinvertebrates, wild plants, and vertebrate animals with high cost inputs of pesticides and fertilizers. Enhanced biological diversity potentially offers agricultural producers a...