By: J Young
A history of the environmental movement - and a call to arms for a new and effective attack on the problems. Young's thesis is that the radical environmentalism which characterised the 1960s-early 1980s period is now obsolete. Environmentalists can no longer afford to ignore the human dilemmas underlying environmental damage. A new `post-environmentalism' which faces up to the reality of questions about equity and poverty, technology and energy, aid and trade between wealthy and impoverished countries is needed.
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