Fritsch, Albert J(oseph)
FRITSCH, Albert J(oseph)
FRITSCH, Albert J(oseph). American, b. 1933. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology, Ethics, Recreation, Theology/Religion, Self help. Career: Research Associate, Chemistry Dept., University of Texas, Austin, 1969-70, and Center for Study of Responsive Law, 1970-71; Director, Center for Science in the Public Interest, 1971-77; Director, Appalachia-Science in the Public Interest, 1977-2002. Publications: Theology of the Earth, 1972; The Contrasumers: A Citizen's Guide to Resource Conservation, 1974; 99 Ways to a Simple Lifestyle, 1976; Household Pollutants Guide, 1978; Environmental Ethics, 1980; Green Space, 1982; Appalachia: A Meditation, 1986; Renew the Face of the Earth, 1987; Earthen Vessels, 1990; Eco-Church, 1992; Down to Earth Spirituality, 1992; Out of the Waste Land, 1994; Religion in Ecology: Scientists Speak, 1998; Spirituality of Gardening, 2000; Ecotourism in Appalachia: Marketing the Mountains, 2003. Address: 719 Woodland Ave, Frankfort, KY 40601-3435, U.S.A.