Forging Environmentalism: Justice, Livelihood, and Contested Environments

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M.E. Sharpe, 2006 - 427 頁
Drawing on an unusually rich empirical base, this timely and compelling book examines how environmental values are constructed and legitimized within the policy process. It trains the spotlight on four environmentally significant countries - China, Japan, India, and the United States - representing a wide diversity of cultural, social, economic, and political characteristics. Through a combination of case studies and comparative analysis, the contributors illuminate cultural assumptions, standards, and analytic techniques that shape environmental actions and policies around the world. "Forging Environmentalism" provides valuable direction regarding what can be done to secure public support for environmental policies. Incorporating expert legal, economic, philosophical, sociological, and political perspective points the way toward the possibilities for a convergence of environmental norms and values across diverse cultures.
 

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A Foreword Judith Shapiro
25
Control in Benxi City and Wetland Preservation in the Sanjiang Plain
31
Shen Mingming research team leader is a professor of political science at the School
36
A Foreword Jeffrey Broadbent
103
and Social Conflict in Japan
109
A Foreword Paul Greenough
183
in Delhi and Fisheries in Kerala
189
A Foreword Keith Kloor
257
in Southern Louisiana and Sustainability in the Sonoran Desert
263
The Value of Legality in Environmental Action
329
Environmental Transformations and the Values of Modernity
347
Evaluating Environmental Justice Claims
360
Reason and Trust in Environmental Governance
377
How Shall We Study Environmental Values?
397
Index
407
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