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Uniform Title Environment and society (New York University Press)
Title Environment and society : a reader / edited by Christopher Schlottmann, Dale Jamieson, Colin Jerolmack, and Anne Rademacher ; with Maria Damon.
Publisher New York : New York University Press, 2017.



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Contents Excerpts from the end of nature / Bill McKibben -- The anthropocene : are humans now overwhelming the great forces of nature? / Will Steffen, Paul J. Crutzen and John R. McNeill -- Excerpts from the world without us / Alan Weisman -- Reinventing eden : western culture as a recovery narrative / Carolyn Merchant -- Excerpts from Laudato si / Pope Francis -- Excerpts from "The etiquette of freedom" / Gary Snyder -- Excerpt from "The land ethic" / Aldo Leopold -- Hetch Hetchy Valley / John Muir -- Excerpts from Silent spring / Rachel Carson -- Environmentalism and social justice / Robert Bullard -- Where we live, work and play / Robert Gottlieb -- Excerpts from "the death of environmentalism" / Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger -- The paradox of global environmentalism / Ramachandra Guha -- Between violence and desire : space, power, and identity in the making of -- Metropolitan delhi / Amita Baviskar -- An essay on the principle of population / Thomas Malthus -- How do we know we have global environmental problems? : science and the globalization of environmental discourse / Peter J. Taylor and Frederick H. Buttel -- The ipat equation and its variants / Marian R. Chertow -- Socioeconomic equity, sustainability, and earth's carrying capacity / Gretchen C. Daily and Paul R. Ehrlich -- The next industrial revolution / William McDonough and Michael Braungart -- Excerpt from "in search of consumptive resistance : the voluntary simplicity movement" / Michael Maniates -- Overpopulation versus biodiversity / Leon Kolankiewicz -- Tragedy of the commons / Garrett Hardin -- Revisiting the commons : local lessons, global challenges / Elinor Ostrom, Joanna Burger, Christopher B. Field, Richard B. Norgaard, and David -- Policansky -- Rationality and solidarities : the social organization of common property resources in the Imdrhas Valley of Morocco / Peggy Petrzelka and Michael Bell -- Averting the tragedy of the commons / Mark Van Vugt -- Climate, collective action and individual ethical obligations / Marion Hourdequin -- About free-market environmentalism / Jonathan Adler -- Excerpt from "walking" / Henry David Thoreau -- Naturalness as a source of value / Robert E. Goodin -- Conservation / John Passmore -- Sustainability / Alan Holland -- Theorising environmental justice : the expanding sphere of a discourse / David Schlosberg -- More like manhattan / David Owen -- Freedom and wilderness, wilderness and freedom / Edward Abbey -- The green revolution revisited and the road ahead / Norman Borlaug -- The agrarian standard / Wendell Berry -- Earth systems engineering and management / Brad Allenby -- The earth is not yet an artifact / David Keith.
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ISBN 9781479844746 (electronic bk.)
1479844748 (electronic bk.)
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Subject Environmentalism.
Environmental responsibility.
Human ecology.
Environmental policy.
Globalization -- Environmental aspects.
Alt author Schlottmann, Christopher, 1980-
Descript 1 online resource
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Contents Excerpts from the end of nature / Bill McKibben -- The anthropocene : are humans now overwhelming the great forces of nature? / Will Steffen, Paul J. Crutzen and John R. McNeill -- Excerpts from the world without us / Alan Weisman -- Reinventing eden : western culture as a recovery narrative / Carolyn Merchant -- Excerpts from Laudato si / Pope Francis -- Excerpts from "The etiquette of freedom" / Gary Snyder -- Excerpt from "The land ethic" / Aldo Leopold -- Hetch Hetchy Valley / John Muir -- Excerpts from Silent spring / Rachel Carson -- Environmentalism and social justice / Robert Bullard -- Where we live, work and play / Robert Gottlieb -- Excerpts from "the death of environmentalism" / Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger -- The paradox of global environmentalism / Ramachandra Guha -- Between violence and desire : space, power, and identity in the making of -- Metropolitan delhi / Amita Baviskar -- An essay on the principle of population / Thomas Malthus -- How do we know we have global environmental problems? : science and the globalization of environmental discourse / Peter J. Taylor and Frederick H. Buttel -- The ipat equation and its variants / Marian R. Chertow -- Socioeconomic equity, sustainability, and earth's carrying capacity / Gretchen C. Daily and Paul R. Ehrlich -- The next industrial revolution / William McDonough and Michael Braungart -- Excerpt from "in search of consumptive resistance : the voluntary simplicity movement" / Michael Maniates -- Overpopulation versus biodiversity / Leon Kolankiewicz -- Tragedy of the commons / Garrett Hardin -- Revisiting the commons : local lessons, global challenges / Elinor Ostrom, Joanna Burger, Christopher B. Field, Richard B. Norgaard, and David -- Policansky -- Rationality and solidarities : the social organization of common property resources in the Imdrhas Valley of Morocco / Peggy Petrzelka and Michael Bell -- Averting the tragedy of the commons / Mark Van Vugt -- Climate, collective action and individual ethical obligations / Marion Hourdequin -- About free-market environmentalism / Jonathan Adler -- Excerpt from "walking" / Henry David Thoreau -- Naturalness as a source of value / Robert E. Goodin -- Conservation / John Passmore -- Sustainability / Alan Holland -- Theorising environmental justice : the expanding sphere of a discourse / David Schlosberg -- More like manhattan / David Owen -- Freedom and wilderness, wilderness and freedom / Edward Abbey -- The green revolution revisited and the road ahead / Norman Borlaug -- The agrarian standard / Wendell Berry -- Earth systems engineering and management / Brad Allenby -- The earth is not yet an artifact / David Keith.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781479844746 (electronic bk.)
1479844748 (electronic bk.)
Subject Environmentalism.
Environmental responsibility.
Human ecology.
Environmental policy.
Globalization -- Environmental aspects.
Alt author Schlottmann, Christopher, 1980-

Subject Environmentalism.
Environmental responsibility.
Human ecology.
Environmental policy.
Globalization -- Environmental aspects.
Descript 1 online resource
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Excerpts from the end of nature / Bill McKibben -- The anthropocene : are humans now overwhelming the great forces of nature? / Will Steffen, Paul J. Crutzen and John R. McNeill -- Excerpts from the world without us / Alan Weisman -- Reinventing eden : western culture as a recovery narrative / Carolyn Merchant -- Excerpts from Laudato si / Pope Francis -- Excerpts from "The etiquette of freedom" / Gary Snyder -- Excerpt from "The land ethic" / Aldo Leopold -- Hetch Hetchy Valley / John Muir -- Excerpts from Silent spring / Rachel Carson -- Environmentalism and social justice / Robert Bullard -- Where we live, work and play / Robert Gottlieb -- Excerpts from "the death of environmentalism" / Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger -- The paradox of global environmentalism / Ramachandra Guha -- Between violence and desire : space, power, and identity in the making of -- Metropolitan delhi / Amita Baviskar -- An essay on the principle of population / Thomas Malthus -- How do we know we have global environmental problems? : science and the globalization of environmental discourse / Peter J. Taylor and Frederick H. Buttel -- The ipat equation and its variants / Marian R. Chertow -- Socioeconomic equity, sustainability, and earth's carrying capacity / Gretchen C. Daily and Paul R. Ehrlich -- The next industrial revolution / William McDonough and Michael Braungart -- Excerpt from "in search of consumptive resistance : the voluntary simplicity movement" / Michael Maniates -- Overpopulation versus biodiversity / Leon Kolankiewicz -- Tragedy of the commons / Garrett Hardin -- Revisiting the commons : local lessons, global challenges / Elinor Ostrom, Joanna Burger, Christopher B. Field, Richard B. Norgaard, and David -- Policansky -- Rationality and solidarities : the social organization of common property resources in the Imdrhas Valley of Morocco / Peggy Petrzelka and Michael Bell -- Averting the tragedy of the commons / Mark Van Vugt -- Climate, collective action and individual ethical obligations / Marion Hourdequin -- About free-market environmentalism / Jonathan Adler -- Excerpt from "walking" / Henry David Thoreau -- Naturalness as a source of value / Robert E. Goodin -- Conservation / John Passmore -- Sustainability / Alan Holland -- Theorising environmental justice : the expanding sphere of a discourse / David Schlosberg -- More like manhattan / David Owen -- Freedom and wilderness, wilderness and freedom / Edward Abbey -- The green revolution revisited and the road ahead / Norman Borlaug -- The agrarian standard / Wendell Berry -- Earth systems engineering and management / Brad Allenby -- The earth is not yet an artifact / David Keith.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Schlottmann, Christopher, 1980-
ISBN 9781479844746 (electronic bk.)
1479844748 (electronic bk.)

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