By: N Evernden
Evaluates the international environmental movement and its underlying assumptions, and proposes new ways of thinking with which we can develop an understanding of `self in the world'.
'The argument he presents in this short book is concise, clearly written and unsettling. It's an argument not easily unravelled - even for those of us who would take issue with his assumptions - and not easily dismissed.' -- Rick Boychuk Montreal Gazette '...an ambitious but necessary clarion call to environmental arms. We ignore it at our and future generations' peril.' -- Alan C. Hutchinson Globe and Mail
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Neil Evernden is a professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
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