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Environmentalism for a New Millennium The Challenge of Co-evolution

By: Leslie Paul Thiele
302 pages, no illustrations
Environmentalism for a New Millennium
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Presents a history and dispassionate evaluation of American environmentalism, laying out the stages in its development as a social movement, the analyses and debates of the scholars within the movement, from the perspectives of philosophy, political science, and sociology.

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By: Leslie Paul Thiele
302 pages, no illustrations
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"Thiele's book provides a comprehensive review of the national environmental movement. His analysis of the political, economic, social, and cultural factors underlying today's environmental problems also identifies changes needed in the next century. The opening chapter summarizes the history of the conservation movement in the US. Four waves of national environmental activity are presented, beginning with a period of conservation and responsible resource use from the mid-1800s to 1960. A second wave, identified as containment of environmental degradation by an industrial society, spans 1960s to 1980s. A period of co-optation, or mainstreaming environmentalism, is placed into the 1980s and the present decade. . . . Overall, a valuable blueprint for future environmental action. It should be widely read and is especially recommended for social, economic, and political scientists, ecologists, and those who consider themselves environmentalists. All levels."--Choice
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