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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 750000 - Social Development and Community Services -> 750400 Religion and Ethics -> 750405 Environmental ethics :

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Boege, V. and Wirkus, L. (2005). An introduction to the workshop. In: Value of Water - Different Approaches in Transboundary Water Management. International Workshop Koblez, Koblez, (1-4). 10-11 March 2005. 44  
Campbell, A. (1999) British evangelicals and deviance: A revolution in public ethics rediscovered. Proceedings of the University of Queensland History Research Group, 10 25-39. 42  
Lockie, S., Lawrence, G. A., Dale, A. P. and Taylor, B. (2002) Capacity for change? Testing a model for inclusion of social indicators in Australia's national land and water resources audit. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 45 6: 813-826. doi:10.1080/0964056022000024352 69   Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Lockie, S., Lyons, K., Lawrence, G. A. and Grice, J. C. (2004) Choosing organics: A path analysis of factors underlying the selection of organic food among Australian consumers. Appetite, 43 2: 135-146. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2004.02.004 394   73 Cited 82 times in Scopus82 0
Lyons, K., Lockie, S. and Lawrence, G. A. (2004). Consumer views of organic and GM food. In R. HIndmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Recoding Nature: Critical Perspectives on Genetic Engineering (pp. 94-107) Sydney: UNSW Press. 144  
Lyons, K., Burch, D., Lawrence, G. A. and Lockie, S. (2004). Contrasting paths of corporate greening in Antipodean agriculture: Organics and green production. In K. Jansen and S. Vellema (Ed.), Agribusiness and society: Corporate responses to environmentalism, market opportunities and public regulation (pp. 91-113) London: Zed Books. 69 2
Lockie, Stewart, Lyons, Kristen, Lawrence, Geoffrey and Mummery, Kerry (2002) Eating 'Green': Motivations behind organic food consumption in Australia. Sociologia Ruralis, 42 1: 23-40. doi:10.1111/1467-9523.00200 1067   103 Cited 144 times in Scopus144 2
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Turnbull, D. (2001). Environmental Protection and GMOS. In: R. Hindmarsh, Situating the Environment at the University of Queensland, University of Queensland, St Lucia, (). February, 2001. 39  
Lacey, J. F. (2007) Establishing a Conceptual Framework for a Sustainable Water Ethic. Crossroads: An interdisciplinary journal for the study of history, philosophy, religion and classics, 1 2: 37-48. 78  
Lacey, J. F. (2007) Establishing a Philosophical Framework for a Sustainable Water Ethic. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 3 3: 9-17. 82 2
Hindmarsh, Richard A. and Hulsman, Kees (2001) Ethical practice for biotechnology or defending the status quo. Australasian Science, 22 8: 33-34. 45  
Managing Australia's environment. Edited by Stephen Dovers and Su Wild River Annandale, N.S.W.: Federation Press, 2003. 666 257
Tomas, R. (2000). Negotiating indigenouse peoples participation in protected area management : a critical case study of Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park in Bukidnon, Philippines PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 157  
Jackson, S. and Sleigh, A. (2001) Political economy and socio-economic impact of China's Three Gorges Dam. Asian Studies Review, 25 1: 57-72. 552  
Hyndman, D. C. (2000) Rainforest cities: Urbanization, development and globalization of the Brazilian Amazon by J. Browder & B. Godfrey. Anthropological Forum, 10 2: 227-228. 95  
Recoding Nature: Critical Perspectives on Genetic Engineering. Edited by R. Hindmarsh and G. A. Lawrence Sydney: UNSW Press, 2004. 63  
Hindmarsh, R. and Lawrence, G. A. (2004). Recoding nature: Deciphering the scripts. In R. HIndmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Recoding Nature: Critical Perspectives on Genetic Engineering (pp. 23-41) Sydney: UNSW Press. 27  
Field, T.K. (1999) Salleh, Ariel; Ecofeminism as politics: Nature, Marx and the post-modern. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 77 2: 237-239. doi:10.1080/00048409912348991 37   0 0
Kato, K (2006). Waiting for the tide, tuning in the world: Traditional knowledge, environmental ethics and community. In: H. Johnson, The 2nd Internation Small Island Cultures Conference. The 2nd International Small Island Cultures Conference, Norfolk Island, (76-84). 9-13 February 2006. 75  
Hyndman, D. C. (2001). What goes around comes around: The emergence of ecocide and radical environmentalism in the OK Tedi Project. In J. Fitzpatrick (Ed.), Endangered Peoples of Oceania: Struggles to survive and thrive (pp. 137-152) Westport CT: Greenwood Press. 70