Environmentalism And Political Theory

Author: Robyn Eckersley
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791410134
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This book provides the most detailed and comprehensive examination to date of the impact of environmentalism upon contemporary political thought. It sets out to disentangle the various strands of Green political thought and explain their relationship to the major Western political traditions. Environmentalism and Political Theory represents the consolidation of a new field of political inquiry that is destined to become an increasingly important component of political studies and political reporting worldwide. An interdisciplinary study that builds bridges between environmental philosophy, ecological thought, and political inquiry, this book employs a range of new insights from environmental philosophy to outline a particular Green political perspective.

Environmentalists

Author: Lester W. Milbrath
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780873958875
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In a groundbreaking study, Lester Milbrath argues the need for a deep change in our belief structure. Environmentalists: Vanguard for a New Society describes a revolution in process. Basing his work on the views of modern environmentalists, Milbrath delineates a new social paradigm a new understanding and revised values to show how the world functions in a way different from what our institutions and culture presuppose. It is a book about our civilization, the human condition, and the quality of life. Many of the ideas and much of the evidence in this volume are derived from a three-nation study of environmental beliefs and values. Teams of scholars in England, Germany, and the United States distributed questionnaires to the general public, and to public officials, business and labor leaders, and environmentalists. The answers to these questions are tabulated and the inferences are drawn in this timely study, which is certain to provoke controversy and a reconsideration of basic beliefs."

Environmental Justice

Author: Peter S. Wenz
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780887066450
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This great book of prophesy for the next 100 years is a startling and powerful new perspective that views humanity not as fallen, failing beings, but as beloved children growing in Love. It effectively releases us from sin AND repentance.

Anti Modern Environmental Ideology In Environmental Science Policy Disputes

Author: James Anthony Tantillo
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Guide To Sustainable Development And Environmental Policy

Author: Natalia Mirovitskaya
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822381036
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The Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy is a comprehensive presentation of definitions, philosophies, policies, models, and analyses of global environmental and developmental issues. With a wealth of comparative, multidisciplinary, and geographically varied perspectives on environmental governance, it also provides detailed and balanced discussions about specific environmental issues. The guide combines formal, objective entries with critical commentaries that emphasize different opinions and controversies. With succinct explanations of more than a thousand terms, thoughtful interpretations by international experts, and helpful cross-referencing, this resource is designed to serve as a roadmap for understanding the issues and debates in the overlapping fields of environment and development. Intended for use by activists, journalists, policymakers, students, scholars, and interested citizens, the Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy will be a helpful tool for anyone trying to get a comprehensive look at the many environmental organizations, schools of thought, development programs, international environmental treaties, conventions, and strategies that have proliferated in the past few decades.

Wrongness Wisdom And Wilderness

Author: Tal Scriven
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791433713
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Defends a libertarian social ethic that can support government action in pursuit of social goals and offers a new perspective on the relationship between social ethics, personal ethics, and environmental ethics.

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Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny
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