I show that the late American ecologist and philosopher Aldo Leopold's concept of 'land health,' connects his holistic understanding of man and nature to core principles of public health policy at the center of today's global health concerns, e.g., world hunger, pandemics, sanitation.
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Carrick, Paul J. “Aldo Leopold’s Concept of Land Health: Implications for Sound Public Health Policy.” Human Health and Ecological Integrity: Ethics, Law, and Human Rights. Eds. Laura Westra, Colin Soskolne, and Donald Spady. Toronto: Francis and Taylor Press, 2012. 56-65.
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