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Contemporary Environmental Politics From Margins to Mainstream

Edited By: John Barry, Andrew Dobson and Piers Stephens
272 pages
Publisher: Routledge
Contemporary Environmental Politics
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  • Contemporary Environmental Politics ISBN: 9780415391559 Hardback Jun 2006 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This new collection from the leading journal, Environmental Politics, presents an excellent overview of the key themes found in contemporary green political thought since the early 1990s.

Bringing together the journal's major work, this new book charts a fascinating period in which environmental politics developed from a marginal position in society and the academy, to its current place in the intellectual mainstream.


Introduction Section 1. Theory 1. The High Ground is Green 2. Social Ecology and the 'Man Question' 3. Green Liberalisms: Nature, Agency and the Good 4. Habermas and Green Political Thought: Two Roads Converging Section 2. Green Movements 5. Why Did New Zealand and Tasmania Spawn the World's First Green Parties? 6. Environmentalism and the Global Divide 7. Strategies of Resistance at the Pollok Free State Road Protest Camp Section 3. Green Political Economy 8. Free Market Environmentalism: Friend or Foe? 9. Public Choice, Institutional Economics, Public Codes 10. Ecological Modernisation, Ecological Modernitie Section 4. Policy 11. Power, Politics and Environmental Inequality 12. The Global Environmental Facility in its North-South Context 13. Explaining National Variations of Air Pollution Levels: Political Institutions and their Impact on Environmental Policymaking 14. Citizens' Juries and Valuing the Environment: A Proposal

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Edited By: John Barry, Andrew Dobson and Piers Stephens
272 pages
Publisher: Routledge
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