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  • Media, Ecology and Conservationby Jon Blewitt; Sir David Attenborough; Harriet Nimmo; John Blewitt

    UIT Cambridge Ltd. 2010; US$ 17.99

    The second book in The Converging World series, Media, Ecology and Conservation focuses on global connectivity and the role of new digital and traditional media in bringing people together to protect the world's endangered wildlife and conserve fragile and threatened habitats. New media offers opportunities for like-minded individuals, community groups,... more...

  • Greener than Thouby Terry L. Anderson; Laura E. Huggins

    Hoover Institution Press 2008; US$ 14.99

    In a powerful argument for free market environmentalism, Terry Anderson and Laura Huggins break down liberal and conservative stereotypes of what it means to be an environmentalist. They show that, by forming local coalitions around market principles, stereotypes are replaced by pragmatic solutions that improve environmental quality without necessarily... more...

  • Historical Dictionary of the Green Movementby Miranda Schreurs; Elim Papadakis

    Scarecrow Press 2007; US$ 119.99

    Human beings have been concerned about nature and their place in it for millennia. Disquiet about the consequences of human action on the natural environment date back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The efforts of the green movement can be traced back to the nineteenth century. In this period, individuals, groups, and organizations began campaigning... more...

  • The Power of Just Doing Stuffby Rob Hopkins

    UIT Cambridge Ltd. 2013; US$ 10.99

    Something is stirring. People around the world are deciding that the wellbeing of their local community and its economy lies with them. They're people like you. They're rolling up their sleeves, getting together with friends and neighbours and doing something about it. Whether they start small or big, they find that just doing stuff can transform their... more...

  • Environmental Movements in Asiaby Arne Kalland; Gerard Persoon

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 73.95

    This volume paints a general picture of the environmental situation in Asia, backing it up with several case studies. Two major points are made in this general picture. The first is that environmental campaigns in Asia tend to have a local focus; they react to very concrete problems in the immediate neighbourhood and as such usually people are engaged... more...

  • Becoming Native To This Placeby Wes Jackson

    The University Press of Kentucky 2013; US$ 25.00

    The New World -- this empty land dazzlingly rich in forests, soils, rainfall, and mineral wealth -- was to represent a new beginning for civilized humanity. Unfortunately, even the best of the European settles had a stronger eye for conquest than for justice. Natives were in the way -- surplus people who must be literally displaced. Now, as ecologist... more...

  • Performance on Behalf of the Environmentby Richard D. Besel; Jnan A. Blau; Alison Bodkin; Jason Del Gandio; Julia Handschuh; Jess Larson; Theresa May; Leila Nadir; Cary Peppermint; Courtney Ryan; Ray Schultz; David Terry; Anne Marie Todd; Barbara Willard

    Lexington Books 2013; US$ 94.99

    Performance on Behalf of the Environment is a collection of essays from a diverse group of scholars representing the fields of art, communication studies, dance, environmental studies, performance studies, rhetoric, and theater. They explore critically the strengths, limitations, and processes of what can be termed environmental performances. more...

  • Social Theory and the Environmentby David Goldblatt

    Wiley 2013; US$ 29.95 US$ 25.96

    This book establishes whether contemporary social theory can help us understand the structural origins of environmental degradation and environmental politics. more...

  • Environmentalismby David Peterson Del Mar

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 39.95

    Why are our environmental problems still growing despite a huge increase in global conservation efforts? Peterson del Mar untangles this paradox by showing how prosperity is essential to environmentalism. Industrialization drove people to look for meaning in nature even as they consumed its products more relentlessly. Hence England led the way in... more...

  • Getting to Grips with Green Plansby Barry Dalal Clayton

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 35.00

    One of the more significant recommendations to emerge from UNCED in 1992 was the call in Agenda 21 for countries to develop and implement national sustainable development strategies. Most countries have responded to this challenge. However many countries also have a long history of drawing up planning exercises at this level to deal with environmental... more...