Eco-Imperialism Green Power, Black Death

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Academic Foundation, Jan 1, 2005 - Deep ecology - 244 pages
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User Review  - Kathleen O'Neal - Goodreads

This book had the potential to be quite good. A critique of extreme environmentalism's human costs is sorely needed. Alas this is not that book. The author's libertarian ideology seems to cloud his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gary - Goodreads

Driessen is a geologist and attorney who has had a long career in environmental issues. His exploits both within and without the Beltway have made him the bane of the Envirocult. In 2004 he published ... Read full review

Contents

The New Cultural Imperialism The Green Movement Bids to Restrain Economic Development
7
Authors Preface
35
Introduction
37
Corporate Social Irresponsibility
41
Roots of EcoImperialism
59
Cow Dung Forever
77
Playing Games with Starving People
87
Sustainable Mosquitoes Expendable People
109
Climate Change Riches
149
Greenwashing for Greenbacks
167
Investor Fraud
181
End of EcoImperialism
211
Corporate Social Responsibility Reborn
217
Bibliography
221
Index
225
Accolades
235

Sweat Shops and Prostitutes
123
Renewable Energy Mirages
135

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