Environmentalism: Ideology and Power

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Nova Publishers, 2002 - Nature - 154 pages
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Contents: An introduction, human nature and environmentalism; German ecologists and British aristocrats; American conservationism: a gentleman's concern; Preparing the way: the post-war years; Environmentalism arrives; Misanthropic giving; Aristocratic nature of environmentalism: Marx on Malthus; Aristocratic oppositions to progress: A conclusion; Index.
 

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Contents

An Introduction Human Nature and Environmentalism
1
Human Nature
3
Environmentalism
7
German Ecologists and British Aristocrats
11
England and the Aristocratic Opposition to Progress
15
English Conservationism
21
Cain and Hopkins
25
Warwick and Others
26
William Tucker
98
Richard Neuhaus
100
Simon Demerath and Others
101
Environmentalism as Ideology
103
Environmentalism Colonialism and Globalism
105
The AngloAmerican Connection
110
The Aristocratic Opposition to Progress A Conclusion
115
The Essence of Ecology and Politics
120

American Conservationism A Gentlemans Concern
29
The Highly Organized Rockefeller Efforts
35
Preparing the Way The PostWar Years
41
Environmentalism Arrives
59
Earth Day and the Environmental Revolution
70
Misanthropic Giving
81
The Aristocratic Nature of Environmentalism Marx on Malthus
97
Radical Environmentalism?
126
Liberal Environmentalism
129
Conclusion
132
Bibliography
135
Index
149
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