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-'''Environmental ethics''' is the part of [[environmental philosophy]] which considers extending the traditional boundaries of ethics from solely including humans to including the non-human world. It exerts influence on a large range of disciplines including [[environmental law]], [[environmental sociology]], [[ecotheology]], [[ecological economics]], [[ecology]] and [[Integrated geography|environmental geography]].+'''Integrated geography''' (also referred to as '''integrative geography''', '''environmental geography''' or '''human–environment geography''') is the branch of [[geography]] that describes and explains the [[spatial analysis|spatial]] aspects of interactions between human individuals or societies and their natural environment, these interactions being called [[coupled human–environment system]]s.
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-==See also==+
-*[[Anarcho-primitivism]]+
-*[[biocentrism (ethics)|Biocentrism]]+
-*[[Bioethics]]+
-*[[Climate ethics]]+
-*[[Conservation ethic]]+
-*[[Conservation movement]]+
-*[[Crop art]]+
-*[[Deep ecology]]+
-*[[Earth Economics]] (policy think tank)+
-*[[Ecocentrism]]+
-*[[Ecofeminism]]+
-*[[Ecological economics]]+
-*[[EcoQuest]] (a series of two educational games)+
-*[[Environmental design]]+
-*[[Environmental engineering]]+
-*[[Environmental health ethics]]+
-*[[Environmental movement]]+
-*[[Environmental organization]]+
-*[[Environmental racism]]+
-*[[Environmental resource management]]+
-*[[Environmental skepticism]]+
-*[[Environmental studies]]+
-*[[Environmental virtue ethics]]+
-*[[Environmentalism]]+
-*[[Hans Jonas]]+
-*[[Human ecology]]+
-*[[List of environmental philosophers]]+
-*[[Population control]]+
-*[[Resource depletion]]+
-*[[Self-validating reduction]]+
-*[[Solastalgia]]+
-*[[Sustainability]]+
-*[[Terraforming]]+
-*[[Trail ethics]]+
-*[[Van Rensselaer Potter]]+
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Integrated geography (also referred to as integrative geography, environmental geography or human–environment geography) is the branch of geography that describes and explains the spatial aspects of interactions between human individuals or societies and their natural environment, these interactions being called coupled human–environment systems.




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