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Is there an ethical difference between conservation biology and sustainability
Answer the following question; Is there an ethical difference between conservation biology and sustainability? Tuabian format- No foot notes. Just citations and at least 5 references No Title Page for this assignment Paper must be 5 pages, a maximum of 5 pages. Title page and References not in page count. Citations and References must agree 100%: i.e. all citations must have a Reference and all References must have a citation in the text so I know how and where you used it. Citations mean specific references to published books, articles in the scientific literature or web sites. Newspaper articles, popular magazines and such are usually not acceptable. You should include at least two citations in each answer or critique/paper. All papers have to be original When you submit an assignment to the ‘Assignment’ module, your assignment will be evaluated by VeriCite. VeriCite’s proprietary software compares the paper’s text to a vast database of 17+ billion pages of digital content (including archived Internet content that is no longer available on the live web) as well as over 200 million papers in the student paper archive, and 110,000+ professional, academic and commercial journals and publications. Academic Integrity—the Universities Honor Code and the procedures put forth by the Student Conduct office. Academic misconduct (including but not limited to plagiarism, cheating, double submission, and falsification of data and research) is in violation of the Code and can result in a failing grade and/or dismissal from the University. The University defines plagiarism as the presentation of another person’s idea or product as the student’s own. Plagiarism includes but is not limited to the following: • Copying word-for-word all or part of another’s written work • Using phrases, charts, figures, illustrations, graphics, codes, music, mathematical and scientific solutions without citing the source • Paraphrasing ideas, conclusions or research without citing the source • Using all or part of a literary plot, poem, film, musical score, internet website or other artistic product without attributing the work to its creator. most usefull resources: Clowney, David & Patricia Mosto. 2009. Earthcare: An Anthology in Environmental Ethics. Rowland and Littlefield. Light, Andrew & Holmes Rolston. 2003. Environmental Ethics: An Anthology. Blackfield Publishing. Nature’s Economy: A History of Ecological Ideas. by Donald Worster. (an older book, but still good) Skeptical Environmentalism: The Limits of Philosophy and Science by Robert Joseph Kirkman 2002 American Environmental History: An Introduction by Carolyn Merchant 2007.https://www.humansandnature.org/aldo-leopold-reconciling-ecology-and-economics Aldo Leopold, “Proposed Conservation Economics Study,” 7 November 1938, Leopold https://www.humansandnature.org/aldo-leopold-reconciling-ecology-and-economics M. S. Morgan and M. Rutherford. “American Economics: The Character of the Transfor-mation,” History of Political Economy 30, no. 4, Supplement, From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism (1998): 1-26.https://www.aldoleopold.org/post/understanding-land-ethic/ Rolston, Holmes. 2000. “The land ethic at the turn of the millennium.” Biodiversity & Conservation 9, no. 8: 1045-1058, https://search-proquest-com.du.idm.oclc.org/docview/751663496?accountid=14608.https://dx.doi.org.du.idm.oclc.org/10.1023/A:1008918517655Clowney, David & Patricia Mosto. 2009. Earthcare: An Anthology in Environmental Ethics. Rowland and Littlefield. Light, Andrew & Holmes Rolston. 2003. Environmental Ethics: An Anthology. Blackfield Publishing. Nature’s Economy: A History of Ecological Ideas. by Donald Worster. (an older book, but still good) American Environmental History: An Introduction by Carolyn Merchant 2007.