Diet is an ethical choice that millions of people make each day, usually a number of times each day, and yet many do not even
recognize eating as a moral concern.
On a planet where habitat destruction and species extinction threaten the
balance of life, Animals and World Religions reexamines and
reimagines our place in the universe through sacred texts and spiritual
teachings from around the world.
explores the environmental effects of dietary choice by getting at the
facts behind contemporary animal agriculture, fishing, and hunting,
exposing the vital importance of a plant-based diet.
Through engaging stories about animal activism, Sister Species
exposes the complex interconnections of speciesism, sexism, racism, and
Through the voices of activists, scientists, and educators from around the
world, Bear Necessities takes readers onsite to where people work
to protect and gently heal the worlds many wounded bears.
In Search of Consistency
critically examines the work of Tom Regan (animal rights), Peter Singer
(utilitarian ethics), Paul Taylor (environmental ethics), and Andrew Linzey
(theology), exposing interconnections between animal, environmental, and
religious ethics, while also introducing a new theory, the Minimize Harm Maxim.
This international anthology explores wilderness and wildlife, dietary
choice, cutting-edge theories, and activism, exposing a wide swath of
fertile ground between animal activists and environmentalists—and the
urgency of working together against big government and big industry.
Through Indigenous, Indian, Chinese, Middle Eastern, and contemporary
Wiccan traditions, Call to Compassion revisits sacred teachings
about kindness and compassion, the interconnected nature of existence, and
the ethics of diet.
In Primate People, sanctuary founders, scholars, and
activists vividly depict why the planet’s many primates are
critically endangered, what they are doing about it, and how each of us can