By: DI Roussopoulos
This critique of the various strands of environmentalist and ecological thought presents an overview of the origins and nature of political ecology, and the differences and similarities between `political' and `social' ecology. The social and cultural origins of green politics are also explored, as well as the green political programmes' attempt to transform the dominant social institutions.
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