Global Ecological Politics

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Liam Leonard, John Barry
Emerald Group Publishing, Mar 5, 2010 - Political Science - 210 pages
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"Advances in Ecopolitics Series" presents a collection of environmental alternatives worthy of consideration in light of the ongoing economic downturn which has accompanied the latest incarnation of unsustainable practices. Each publication discusses a significant element in the environmental theory which now represents an important aspect of sustainable living. The latest volume, "Global Ecological Politics", examines the range of environmental campaigns that are occurring across the planet. It showcases a selection of case studies on grassroots initiatives and activism in areas such as green economic alternatives, regional activism in defence of communities, alternative or utopian communities, green politics and ecotourism. This extensive array of ecological participation demonstrates that viable green alternatives are available in this current era of legitimation crisis across the formal political and economic sectors. "Global Ecological Politics" presents an important collection of articles for researchers, lecturers and academics in the socio-economic and political sector and is essential reading for those involved in all areas of environmentalism.

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The background to global ecopolitics
Restoring balance and stability to the global financial and ecosystem
Foreign oil multinationals and human rights violation in the Niger Delta of Nigeria
Chapter 4 Alternative currency networks as utopian practice
Chapter 5 Elusive escapes? Everyday life and ecotopia
From ecological modernisation to economic security
Chapter 7 Green politics and anthropology
Chapter 8 Environmental disputes in France
Chapter 9 Ecotourism and sustainability in the tourism sector
Chapter 10 The politics of waste consumption and sustainability in the republic of Ireland

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