325 pages, Figs
This is an accessible book that puts environmental thinking on a new footing by discussing the inconsistencies, both scientific and philosophical, of popular environmentalism. The primary focus is to shed new perspectives on the spectrum of environmental issues, causes, and debates that embrace society today. Key ideas are presented in terms of popular environmental issues and in a that is readable and scientifically sound. The end goal is to provide students and the informed public with the basis for a more reasoned, more scientific, and more productive debate.
Those who share (Foss) vision will, I think, find Beyond Environmentalism compelling and exciting reading. (European Journal of literature, Culture and Environment, 2010)
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