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Debating the Earth : the environmental politics reader / edited by John S. Dryzek and David Schlosberg
Alternate Title Environmental politics reader
2nd ed
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009, c2005
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  GE170 .D43 2005    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Environmental policy
Environmental protection -- Political aspects
Environmentalism -- Political aspects
Physical Description x, 658 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction / John S. Dryzek, David Schlosberg -- pt. 1. Feast or famine? : the severity of environmental problems -- section I. Limits and survivalism -- 1. The nature of exponential growth / Donella H. Meadows ... [et al.] -- 2. The tragedy of the commons / Garrett Hardin -- 3. A planet under stress / Lester Brown -- section II. The Promethean response -- 4. Introduction to The resourceful earth / Julian L. Simon, Herman Kahn -- 5. The truth about the environment / Bjorn Lomborg -- 6. Ten pinches of salt : a reply to Bjorn Lomborg / Tom Burke -- pt. 2. Reformist responses -- section III. Administrative rationalism -- 7. Rationality and the logic of the National Environmental Policy Act / Robert V. Bartlett -- 8. Appraising adaptive management / Kai N. Lee -- 9. Beyond backyard environmentalism : how communities are quietly refashioning environmental regulation / Charles Sabel, Archon Fung, Bradley Karkkainen -- 10. Goal : replace risk assessment with alternatives assessment / Mary O'Brien -- section IV. Liberal democracy -- 11. The allocation and distribution of resources / Mark Sagoff -- 12. Democracy and environmentalism : opening a door to the administrative state / Robert Paehlke -- 13. Sustainability and the limits of liberalism / Marcel Wissenburg -- 14. The American political economy II : the non-politics of Laissez Faire / William P. Ophuls with A. Stephen Boyan, Jr. -- pt. 3. Environment and economics -- section V. Market liberalism -- 15. Rethinking the way we think / Terry L. Anderson, Donald R. Leal -- 16. Market-based environmental policies / Robert Stavins, Bradley Whitehead -- 17. Selling environmental indulgences / Robert E. Goodin -- section VI. Sustainable development -- 18. From one earth to one world / an overview by the World Commission on Environment and Development -- 19. Sustainable development : a new(ish) idea for a new century? / James Meadowcroft -- 20. From opposition to orthodoxy : the remaking of sustainable development / David Carruthers -- section VII. Ecological modernization -- 21. Ecological modernisation / John Barry -- 22. The next industrial revolution / Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, L. Hunter Lovins --
pt. 4. Green social critiques -- section VIII. Deep ecology, bioregionalism, and ecocentrism -- 23. The shallow and the deep, long-range ecology movement : a summary / Arne Naess -- 24. Putting the earth first / Dave Foreman -- 25. Living by life : some bioregional theory and practice / Jim Dodge -- 26. Ecocentric discourses : problems and future prospects for nature advocacy / Robyn Eckersley -- section IX. Social and socialist ecology -- 27. Society and ecology / Murray Bookchin -- 28. Toward an ecological feminism and a feminist ecology / Ynestra King -- 29. Ecosocialism / Joel Kovel -- section X. Environmental justice -- 30. Principles of environmental justice / First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit -- 31. Environmental justice in the 21st century / Robert D. Bullard -- 32. Women of color on the font linen / Celene Krauss -- section XI. Southern and indigenous perspectives -- 33. The environmentalism of the poor / Ramachandra Guha -- 34. Poverty and globalization / Vandana Shiva -- 35. All our relations / Winona LaDuke -- 36. Overturning the doctrine : indigenous people and wilderness, being Aboriginal in the environmental movement / Fabienne Bayet -- pt. 5. Society, the state, and the environment -- section XII. The green movement -- 37. Farewell to the green movement? : political action and the green public sphere / Douglas Torgerson -- 38. Politics beyond the state : environmental activism and world civic politics / Paul Wapner -- 39. Networks and mobile arrangements : organisational innovation in the US environmental justice movement / David Scholsberg -- 40. Green parties in national governments : from protest to acquiescence? / Thomas Poguntke -- section XIII. Ecological democracy -- 41. Politics of risk society / Ulrich Beck -- 42. ecological citizenship / Andrew Dobson -- 43. Inequality, ecojustice, and ecological rationality / Val Plumwood -- 44. Political and ecological communication / John S. Dryzek
Alternate Author Dryzek, John S., 1953-
Schlosberg, David

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