Norton, Bryan G(eorge)
NORTON, Bryan G(eorge)
NORTON, Bryan G(eorge). American, b. 1944. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology, Philosophy. Career: University of South Florida, New College, Sarasota, 1970-86, began as assistant professor, became professor; Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, professor of public policy, 1987-. University of Maryland at College Park, research associate at Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, 1981-83; Resources for the Future, Gilbert White Fellow, 1985-86; Zoo Atlanta, associated scientist, 1989-; consultant to government agencies and businesses, including U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Publications: Linguistic Frameworks and Ontology, 1977; (ed.) The Preservation of Species, 1986; Why Preserve Natural Diversity?, 1987; Toward Unity among Environmentalists, 1991; Ecosystem Health: New Goals for Environmental Management, 1992; Ethics on the Ark: Zoos, Animal Welfare, and Wildlife Conservation, 1995; Wolves and Human Communities, 2000; Searchin for Sustainability, 2002. Address: School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332, U.S.A.