Vol 2010 no 3

Environment

Press Release Statement from Environment Group

Predicting Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity: Geographic Range Shifts
Mark C. Andersen, Professor, Department of Fish Wildlife and Conservation Ecology, New Mexico State University

Global Environmental Justice Beyond Copenhagen: Footprints, Fairness and the Future of the Planet
Paul W. Brandt-Rauf, University of Illinois at Chicago

Integrated environmental policy from a regional perspective in Slavic Eurasia
Osamu Ieda, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University

Russia’s Role In The Post-2012 Climate Change Policy: Key Contradictions And Uncertainties
Elena Lioubimtseva, Associate Professor, Geography and Planning Department and  Director, Environmental Studies Program,  Grand Valley State University

Sustainable development under ambitious medium term target of reducing greenhouse gases
Ryuji Matsuhashi, Kae Takase, Tsuyoshi Yoshioka, Yuki Imanish, and Yoshikuni Yoshida

Global Warming and International Trade: The Role of Economic Cooperation between Developed and Developing Countries for Sustainable Economic Growth
Atsuko Matsumura, Department of Economics, Tokyo International University

Carbon sequestration potential and financial trade-offs associated with loblolly pine and cherrybark oak management in Mississippi
Prakash Nepal, Robert K. Grala and Donald L. Grebner

Ethics

Ethics, Information, Ontology: Reflections on Public Policy
Charles Bonner, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island

The Spillover of Systemic Ethical Behaviour
Alejandro Cañadas, Assistant Professor of Economics, School of Business, Mount St. Mary’s University

Regulating Multinational Corporations: Incentives and Constraints
Hlako Choma,  Senior lecturer and Head of Department: Public Law, University of  Venda, South Africa

Potential Erosion of Ethical Sentiments: When Nurse, Patient and Institution Collide
Catherine R. Coverston and Jane Lassetter

A Pragmatic View of Thick Ethical Terms and Their Role in Public Policy Debate
John H. Dreher, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern California

Towards Increasing Business Students’ Confidence in Facing an Ethically Confusing Business Environment:  A Strategic Management Approach
Susan J. Fox-Wolfgramm, Professor of Management, Hawaii Pacific University

An Economic–Financial Approach to Ethical Sentiments and the World Financial Crisis
Reza G. Hamzaee, Professor of Economics & Applied Decision Sciences, Department of Economics, Missouri Western State University

Globalization and World Consumption:  An Ethical Theological Discourse
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Visiting Researcher, Georgetown University

Ethical Sentiments and the Role of Literature in the Jurisprudence Seminar
Lynn Penrod, Professor of French, Faculty of Arts, Modern Languages & Cultural Studies, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta

The Myth of Numeracy:  The Accountant as Ethical Actor
MaryAnn Reynolds and Jesse Dillard

The Greening of Corporate Ethics
Ingrid Leman Stefanovic, Professor and Director, Centre for Environment, University of Toronto

With No God, Everything Is Permitted: Why Emerson and Habermas Are Wrong about Ethics and Politics
Paul Andrew Sukys, Professor of Philosophy and Law, Humanities Department, North Central State College

In Search of a Pedagogy for Character, Competence, and Fitness in Ethics Training for Graduate Psychology
Thomas Wall, Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology, Seattle Pacific University

Malevolent Employees and Their Effect on the Ethical Culture of Business Organizations
Gay Lyn Spencer and Donald T. Wargo

Nurse-Physician perspectives on moral distress support the need to create a caring ethical work environment
Jill E. Winland-Brown, Dawn Chiarenza and Adam Dobrin

The Maldonado Dilemma: Is he or is he not intellectually disabled?
Vidisha Barua Worley, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, University of North Texas at Dallas