In Environmental Ethics and the Global Marketplace it is argued that the health of the environment is inextricably linked to the health of the ecomy, ecomic strength depends on the preservation of environmental values, and, ultimately, ecomic and environmental sciences must merge more completely if we are to arrive at ethically justified principles as the basis for national and international environmental policy. This cross-disciplinary volume brings these critical ethical considerations into the policy process, enabling environmental ethics to move beyond academic venues into domestic and international decision making.
Dorinda G. Dallmeyer is a faculty member of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program at the University of Georgia and is also the associate director of the University of Georgia's Dean Rusk Center--International, Comparative, and Graduate Legal Studies. She is the editor of five books, including Values at Sea, a volume of essays on ethvironmental ethics (Georgia). Albert F. Ike is associate vice president for public service and outreach at the University of Georgia.