Environmental Consciousness: The Roots of a New Political Agenda
Stephen Hussey, Paul Richard Thompson
Transaction Publishers, 2004 - Political Science - 226 pages
Across the globe, environmental questions feature more and more in today's social and political agendas. In Western countries environmental campaigns target issues at home and abroad. They have a special urgency, which draws in an astonishing range of field campaigners, from young militants to rebel aristocrats. This book examines the roots of contemporary environmental consciousness and action in terms of both popular experience and tradition.
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THE ROOTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL
THE ENGLISH THE TREES THE WILD
ANIMALS CHILDREN AND PEASANTS IN TUSCANY
WHEN THE WATER COMES
OUR LAND IS OUR ONLY WEALTH
ONSLAUGHT OF DEVELOPMENT
SIGNS OF THINGS TO COME
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