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By: William A Shutkin
273 pages, no illustrations
Describes a new kind of environmental and social activism spreading across America, one that joins the pursuit of environmental quality with that of civic health and sustainable local economies.
Environmental laws will be around for the forseeable future. But the promise of civic environmentalism is powerful and warrants a significant place in the ongoing American political experiment. The Land That Could Be points the way. - Lemuel M. Srolovic, New York Law Journal
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William A. Shutkin is Founder and President of New Ecology, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, and cofounder and former executive director of the environmental justice organization Alternatives for Community and Environment. He is Lecturer in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Adjunct Professor of Law at Boston College Law School.
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