By: Timothy Doyle
208 pages, 17 tables
Drawing on his primary fieldwork in six countries, environmental researcher Timothy Doyle argues that there is, in fact, no one global environmental movement; rather, there are many, and the differences between them far outweigh their similarities.
A marvelous book. Timothy Doyle provides exactly the right balance of evidence and critical judgment to show how environmental movements differ across the globe. More importantly he shows why this matters and does so in an accessible and informative way. -Brian Doherty, author of Ideas and Actions in the Green Movement"
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