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Alford, C.F. 2002. Whistleblowers: Broken Lives and Organizational Power Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Barbour, I.G. 1980. Technology, environment, and human values Praeger.

Barnaby, W. 2000. Science, technology, and social responsibility Interdisciplinary Science reviews 25 (1):2023.


Beckwith, J. 1972. Science for the people Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 196 (4):236240.


Beckwith, J., and F. Huang. 2005. Should we make a fuss? A case for social responsibility in science Nature Biotechnology 23 (12):14791480.


Burhop, E.H.S. 1971. The British Society for social responsibility in science Physics Education 6:140.


Collins, F. 1972. Social ethics and the conduct of science Specialization and the fragmentation of responsibility Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 196 (4):213222.

Des Jardin, J.R. 2005. Environmental ethics: An introduction to environmental philosophy Wadsworth Publishing.

Douglas, H. 2009. Science, policy, and the value-free ideal University of Pittsburgh Press.

Edsall, J.T. 1975. Scientific freedom and responsibility Science 188 (4189):687693.


Edsall, J.T. 1981. Two aspects of scientific responsibility. Science 212 (4490):1114.

Enginering, and Public Policy Committee on Science, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine. 2009. On being a scientist: A guide to responsible conduct in research National Academic Press.

Fleddermann, C.B. 2011. Engineering ethics Prentice Hall.

Forge, J. 2000. Moral responsibility and the 'ignorant scientist' Science and Engineering Ethics 6 (3):341349.


Forge, J. 2008. The Responsible Scientist Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.


Galston, A.W. 1972.Science and social responsibility A case history Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 196 (4):223235.


Glazer, M.P. 1991. Whistleblowers New York, NY: Basic Books.


Guidotti, T.L. 1994. Critical science and the critique of technology Public Health reviews 22:235250.

Harris, C.E., M.S. Pritchard, and M.J. Rabins. 2008. Engineering ethics: Concepts and cases Wadsworth Publishing.

Hartman, L.P. 2001. Technology and Ethics: Privacy in the Workplace Business and Society Review 106(1):1-37.

Huesemann, M.H. 2002. The inherent biases in environmental research and their effects on public policy Futures 34:621633.

Jonas, H. 1973. Technology and responsibility Reflections on the new tasks of ethics. Social Research 40 (Spring):3154.

Jonas, H. 1985. The imperative of responsibility: In search of an ethics for the technological age University of Chicago Press.

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Kincaid, H., J. Dupre, and A.Wylie. 2007. Value-free science? Ideals and illusion Oxford University Press.

Krimsky, S. 2004. Science in the private interest: Has the lure of profits corrupted biomedical research? Roman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Lanham, MD

Lacey, H. 2004. Is science value free? Values and scientific understanding Routledge.

Layton, E. 1986. The revolt of the engineers: Social responsibility and the American engineering profession The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Leitenberg, M. 1971. Social responsibility (II) The classical scientific ethic and strategic-weapons development. Impact of Science on Society 21 (2):123136.


Longino, H.E. 1990. Science as social knowledge: Values and objectivity in scientific inquiry Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Lowrance, W.W. 1985. Modern science and human values Oxford University Press.

Luppicini, R., and R. Adell. 2008. Handbook of research on technoethics Information Science Reference.

Luppicini, R. 2010. Technoethics and the evolving knowledge society: Ethical issues in technological design, research, development, and innovation IGI Global.

Macrina, F.L. 2005. Scientific integrity: Text and cases in responsible conduct of research ASM Press.

Martin, M.W. 2004. Ethics in engineering McGraw-Hill.

Mitcham, C. 2005. Encyclopedia of science technology and ethics Macmillan Reference USA.

Proctor, R.N. 1991. Value-free science? Purity and power in modern knowledge Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.


Proctor, R.N. 1995. Cancer wars: How politics shapes what we know and don't know about cancer New York, NY: Basic Books.

Proctor, R.N., and L. Schiebinger. 2008. Agnotology: The making and unmaking of ignorance Stanford University Press.

Ravetz, J.R. 1990. The merger of knowledge with power: Essays in critical science London, UK: Mansell Publishing Limited.


Ravetz, J.R. 1996. Scientific knowledge and its social problems New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.


Rose, S., and H. Rose. 1971. Social responsibility (III) The myth of the neutrality of science. Impact of Science on Society 21 (2):137149.

Tavani, H.T. 2010. Ethics and technology: Controversies, questions, and strategies for ethical computing Wiley.

Van de Poel, I., and L. Royakkers. Ethics, technology, and engineering: An introduction 2011. Wiley-Blackwell.

Weed, D.L., and R.E. McKeown. 2003. Science and social responsibility in public health Environmental Health Perspectives 111 (14):18041808.

Winston, M., and R. Edelbach. 2011. Society, ethics, and technology Wadsworth Publishing.

Ziman, J. 1971. Social responsibility (I) The impact of social responsibility on science. Impact of Science on Society 21 (2):113122.



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Abbasi, S.A. and N. Abbasi. 2000. The likely adverse environmental impact of renewable energy sources Applied Energy 65(1-4):122144.


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Huesemann, M.H. 2006. Can advances in science and technology prevent global warming? A critical review of limitations and challenges Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11:539577.


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Common, M., and S. Stagl. 2005. Ecological Economics: An Introduction Cambridge University Press.

Costanza, R., D. Stern, L. He, and C. Ma. 2004. Influential Publications in Ecological Economics: A Citation Analysis Ecological Economics 50(3-4):261-292.

Daly, H. 1994. Steady-state economics. In Ecology Key concepts in critical theory, edited by C. Merchant. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press.

Daly, H. 2005.Economics in a full world Scientific American (September):100107.


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Daly, H. 1996. Beyond growth: The economics of sustainable development Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Daly, H., and J.B. Cobb. 1994. For the common good: Redirecting the economy toward community, the environment, and a sustainable future Beacon Press.

Daly, H., and J. Farley. 2010. Ecological economics: Principles and applications Island Press.

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Goldstein, E.S. 2010. Economics and the environment Wiley.

Hamilton, C. 2004. Growth fetish Pluto Press.

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Meadows, D. H. 1972. Limits to growth Penguine Group, New York, NY.

Sahlins, M. 2003. Stone age economics Routledge.


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Berry, W. 1977. The unsettling of America: Culture and agriculture San Francisco: Sierra Club Books.


Bosch, R. van den. 1978. The pesticide conspiracy Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company.

Carson, R. 2002. Silent spring Houghton Mifflin Company.

Clemings, R. 1996. Mirage: The false promise of desert agriculture San Francisco, CA: Sierra Club Books.


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Glennon, R. 2009. Unquenchable: America's water crisis and what to do about it Washington, DC: Island Press.

Kimbrell, A., 2002. The fatal harvest reader: The tragedy of industrial agriculture Island Press.

Krebs, A.V. 1992. Corporate reapers: The book of agribusiness Washington, DC: Essential Books.


Nestle, M. 2002. Food politics: How the food industry influences nutrition, and health Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.


Perelman, M. 1977. Farming for profit in a hungry world: Capital and the crisis in agriculture Montclair, NJ: Allanheld, Osmun & Co. Publishers, Inc. .

Pearce, F. 2007. When the rivers run dry: Water, the defining crisis of the twenty-first century Beacon Press.

Pimentel, D., C. Harvey, P. Resosudarmo, K. Sinclair, D. Kurz, M. McNair, S. Crist, L. Shpritz, L. Fitton, R. Saffouri and R. Blair. 1995. Environmental and economic costs of soil erosion and conservation benefits Science 267:11171123.


Pimentel, D., J. Krummel, D. Gallahan, J. Hough, A. Merrill, I. Schreiner, P. Vittum, E. Back, D. Yen and S. Fiance. 1979.Benefits and costs of pesticide use in U.S. food production Bioscience 28 (12):772784.


Pimentel, D., and H. Lehman, eds. 1993. The pesticide question: Environment, economics, and ethics New York, NY: Chapman and Hall.


Postel, S.L. 1999. Pillar of sand: Can the irrigation miracle last? New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Company.


Postel, S.L., G.C. Daily and P.R. Ehrlich. 1996.Human appropriation of renewable fresh water Science 271:785788.


Rifkin, J. 1992. Beyond beef: The rise and fall of the cattle culture New York, NY: Penguin Books USA Inc.


Reisner, M. 1986. Cadillac desert: The American West and its disappearing water New York, NY: Viking Penguin Inc.

Schlosser, E. 2005. Fast food nation: The dark side of the all-American meal Harper Perennial.

Shiva, V. 1993. Monocultures of the mind: Perspectives on biodiversity and biotechnology London, UK: Zed Books Ltd.


Shiva, V. 2000. Stolen harvest: The hijacking of the global food supply Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

Shiva, V., 2008. Soil not oil: Environmental justice in an age of climate crisis South End Press.

Simon, M. 2006. Appetite for profit: How the food industry undermines our health and how to fight back Nation Books.

Winston, M.L. 1997. Nature wars: People versus pests Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.


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Cohen, J.E. 1996. How many people can the Earth support? W.W. Norton & Co.


Daily, G.C., A.H. Ehrlich and P.R. Ehrlich. 1994. Optimum human population size Population and Environment 15 (6):469475.


Deevey, E.S. 1960. The human population. Scientific American 203:195204.


Ehrlich, P.R., and A.H. Ehrlich. 1991. The population explosion New York, NY: Touchstone Books, Simon and Schuster, Inc.


Ehrlich, P.R., and J. Holdren. 1971. Impact of population growth Science 171:12121217.


Grant, L., ed. 1992. Elephants in the Volkswagen: Facing the tough questions about our overcrowded country New York, NY: W.H. Freeman and Company.


Grant, L. 1996. Juggernaut: Growth on a finite planet Seven Locks Press, Santa Ana, CA


Hall, C.A., R.G. Pontius, L. Coleman and J. Ko. 1994. The environmental consequences of having a baby in the United States Population and Environment 15 (6):505524.


Harris, M., and E.B. Ross. 1987. Death, sex, and fertility: Population regulation in preindustrial and developing societies New York, NY: Columbia University Press.


Harte, J. 2007. Human population as a dynamic factor in environmental degradation Population and Environment 28:223236.


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Allenby, B.R. 1999. Industrial ecology: Policy framework and implementation Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.


Allenby, B.R., and D.J. Richards, eds. 1994. The greening of industrial ecosystems Washington, DC: National Academy Press/National Academy of Engineering.

Atkinson, G., S. Dietz, and E. Neumayer. 2009. Handbook of sustainable development Edward Elgar Publishing.

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Ayres, R.U., and L.W. Ayres. 1996. Industrial ecology: Towards closing the materials cycle Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar Publishing Company.


Ayres, R.U., and U.E. Simonis, eds. 1994. Industrial metabolism: Restructuring for sustainable development New York, NY: United Nations University Press.

Beder, S. 2007. Environmental principles and policies: An interdisciplinary introduction Routledge.

Braungart, M., and W. McDonough. 2002. Cradle to cradle: Remaking the way we make things North Point Press.

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Costanza, R., and H.E. Daly. 1992. National capital and sustainable development. Conservation Biology 6:3746.


Cooper, T. 2005. Slower consumption Reflections on product life spans and the throwaway society Journal of Industrial Ecology 9 (12):5167.


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Daly, H.E., and J. Cobb. 1989. For the common good: Redirecting the economy toward community, the environment, and a sustainable future London, UK: Green Print.


DeSimone, L.D., and F. Popoff. 1997. Eco-Efficiency: The business link to sustainable development Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Devall, B., and G. Sessions. 2001. Deep ecology: Living as if nature mattered Gibbs Smith.

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Dresner, S. 2002. The principles of sustainability London, UK: Earth Scan Publications.

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Ehrlich, P.R., and D. Kennedy. 2005. Millennium assessment of human behavior Science 309 (July 22):562563.

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Goodell, J.  2010. How to cool the planet: Geoengineering and the audacious quest to fix Earth's climate Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. New York, NY


Huesemann, M.H. 2006. Can advances in science and technology prevent global warming? A critical review of limitations and challenges Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11:539577.


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Allhoff, F., P. Lin, J. Moor, J. Weckert, and M. C. Roco. 2007. Nanoethics: The ethical and social implications of nanotechnology Wiley.

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Cummings, C.H. 2009. Uncertain peril: Genetic engineering and the future of seeds Beacon Press.

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Achterhuis, H. 2001. American philosophy of technology: The empirical turn Indiana University Press.

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Bereano, P. 1977. Technology as a social and political phenomenon Wiley & Sons.

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