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Citizenship and the Environment

By: Andrew Dobson

Oxford University Press

Paperback | Nov 2003 | #147370 | ISBN: 0199258449
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Offers an innovative, international, intergenerational, and justice-based conception of citizenship which challenges the way we think about the environment and our responsibilities to it.


"Dobson's treatment of the education of citizens is illuminating. ... His way of linking citizenship education with ecological responsibility is salutary, as is his insistence that ecological education have moral, not merely technical, content."--Polity



Contents

Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Towards Post-Cosmopolitanism; 2. Three Types of Citizenship; 3. Ecological Citizenship; 4. Environmental Sustainability in Liberal Societies; 5. Citizenship, Education, and the Environment; Conclusion

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