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Robert Eccles, Ioannis Ioannou, and George Serafeim, “Is sustainability now the key to corporate success?” The Guardian, 6 Jan. 2012, available here.
Al Gore and Dave Blood, “A Manifesto for Sustainable Capitalism,” The Wall Street Journal, 14 Dec. 2011, available here.
For more information on Harvard Business School’s Business and Environment initiative, see this link.
The language here is inspired by (but not directly quoted from) Harvard Business School’s Business and Environment homepage; Ibid.
See this course list from the English department of University of California, Berkeley, accessed 16 Jan. 2012.
For information on the undergraduate goals of Columbia University’s Department of English and Comparative Literature, see this link.
For information on the Princeton Environmental Institute’s past Food, Ethics, and the Environment lecture series, see this link.
For information on the “Society and the Environment: Introduction to Theory and Method” course in the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, see this link, accessed 18 Jan. 2012.
To search courses at Johns Hopkins University, see this link.
For information on graduate seminars in Philosophy at Princeton University, including PHI 353, “Animals,” see this link.
For information on recent courses relating to animals at Stanford University, including PHIL 25SI, “The Animal-Human Relationship: Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” see this link, accessed 23 Aug. 2012.
Adam Briggle and Robert Frodeman, “A New Philosophy for the 21st Century,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11 Dec. 2011, available here.
The Rise of Animal Law: Science 1 April 2011: Vol. 332 no. 6025 pp. 28-31
For information on the “Animal Law” course at Columbia Law School, see this link.
To search courses at Harvard Law School, see this link.
For information on the University of Chicago The Law School’s Animal Law Policy Initiative, see this link.