Ecological politics: different dimensions
Jinnah a mysterious historical character of modern history is critically analysed with new facts which are brought to light in this book. This study is a dispassionate inquiry of Jinnah and the crucial role that he played.
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Agenda of Political Ecology
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action agenda anthropocentric areas argue authoritarian capitalism central challenges civic environmentalism concern conflict over access conservation Convention cooperation courts critique cultural deforestation democratic developing countries discourse diversity dominant ecocentric ecological crisis ecological modernisation ecologists economic ecopolitical ecosystems effective emancipatory theorists environment environmental change environmental degradation environmental issues environmental movement environmental policy environmental problems environmental protection environmentalists example existing federal feminine forests forms future global environmental grand narrative Green political groups growth human impact important India individual Indorayon industrial institutions interdependence interests international political context King County Lake Toba levels liberal limits Limits to Growth Maneka Gandhi nation-state natural resources NGOs organisations parties perspective political ecology political theory pollution population production question radical regimes regional regulation relations relationship response role social socialist society sovereignty specific structures struggle sustainable development Third World TNCs traditional transnational values World Bank