Overview1. INTRODUCTION. David M. Kaplan, Food Ethics. 2. ANIMAL RIGHTS Immanuel Kant, Rational Beings Alone Have Moral Worth. Holly L Wilson, Green Kant: Kant's Treatment of Animals. Peter Singer, A Utilitarian Defense of Animal Liberation. Tom Regan, The Radical Egalitarian Case for Animal Rights. Mary Anne Warren, A Critique of Regan's Animal Rights Theory. 3. POPULATION AND CONSUMPTION. Bill McKibben, A Special Moment in History: The Challenge of Overpopulation and Overconsumption. Garrett Hardin, The Tragedy of the Commons. Elinor Ostrom, Joanna Burger, Christopher B. Field, Richard B. Norgaard, and David Policansky, Revisiting the Commons: Local Lessons, Global Challenges. Jacqueline Kasun, The Unjust War against Population. Garrett Hardin, Lifeboat Ethics. William Murdoch and Allan Oaten, Population and Food: A Critique of Lifeboat Ethics. 4. POLLUTION. Hilary French, You Are What You Breathe. David Watson, We All Live in Bhopal. William F. Baxter, People or Penguins: The Case for Optimal Pollution. David Pimentel, Is Silent Spring Beyond Us?. 5. FOOD ETHICS. Mylan Engel, Jr., Hunger, Duty and Ecology: On What We Owe Starving Human Beings. Tristram Coffin, The World Food Supply: The Damage Done by Cattle-Raising . Michael Fox, Vegetarianism and Planetary Health. Jonathan Rauch, Can Frankenfood Save the Planet? Mae Ho, Unholy Alliance: Critiques of Genetically Modified Foods. The ETC Report, The Poor can Feed Themselves. Marion Nestle, From 'Eat More' to 'Eat Less': 1900-1990. Alice Waters, Slow Food Nation. Eric Schlosser et al., One Thing to Do About Food.