By Roger V. Lucy
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Title : Canadian Issues in Environmental Ethics author : Wellington, Alex; Greenbaum, Allan Jacob; Cragg, Wesley. publisher : Broadview Press isbn10 | asin : 1551111284 print isbn13 : 9781551111285 ebook isbn13 : 9780585229386 language : English subject Environmental ethics--Canada. 1/0971 subject : Environmental ethics--Canada. Page iii Canadian Issues in Environmental Ethics edited by Alex Wellington, Allan Greenbaum and Wesley Cragg broadview press Page iv © 1997 Alex Wellington, Allan Greenbaum and Wesley Cragg All rights reserved.
For some, ethics must be monistic; yet, for others, it has to be pluralistic. We will return to the latter issue in the discussion of the third phase. One last point that bears mentioning is that the choice of theory, or rather the choice of criteria for moral standing has elicited significant attention from other philosophers and has generated an enormous amount of controversy. 50 Many of the issues that have been raised by the normative philosophers have inspired others to develop different theories which will be discussed below.
Agriculture has also been the dominant force that has shaped the landscape and ecology several parts of Canada, such as the lower mainland of British Columbia, the southern parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and southern Ontario. Nature protection issues that arise in such landscapes, quite different from those to do with wilderness, are discussed by Allan Greenbaum in chapter 16. Page 13 The forest industry is Canada's largest. 90 In the 1980s, the forest industry provided an annual net contribution of $12 billion to Canada's balance of trade, and directly contributed $4 billion per year to government revenues through taxes, timber sales and export duties.
1935 Armoured Car in Canadian Service by Roger V. Lucy