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Environmental Thought

Edited By: Edward A Page and John Proops
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Environmental Thought
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During the past 20 years there has been an explosive growth in research into environmental issues from a social science perspective. Ecological economics, in particular, has emerged as a true transdiscipline which seeks to conceptualise environmental concerns, thus allowing for the formulation of appropriate policy measures. This volume takes stock of this emerging body of work and offers an authoritative insight into current environmental thought.


An introduction to environmental thought, Edward Page, John Proops. Part 1 Disciplinary approaches: philosophy, Andrew Brennan; politics, Karena Shaw, Matthew Paterson; sociology, Ted Benton; economics, Mick Common; law, David Wilkinson. Part 2 Concepts: the precautionary principle, Meira Hanson; sustainable development, Paul Ekins; environmental security, Edward Page; ecological modernization, John Barry. Part 3 Issues: consumption, Lucia Resich; biodiversity, Bernd Klauer; global climate change, Matthew Paterson; population, Frank Jost.

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Edited By: Edward A Page and John Proops
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