Environmentalism, Resistance and Solidarity: The Politics of Friends of the Earth International

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Palgrave Macmillan UK, Oct 16, 2013 - Political Science - 263 pages
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Drawing from a rich mix of survey data, interviews, and access to internal meetings, Brian Doherty and Timothy Doyle show how FoEI has developed a distinctive environmentalism, which allows for the differences in context between regions and across the North-South divide.

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Brian Doherty is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at Keele University, UK. His research is mainly on protest and social movements. Previous work on environmental movements includes Ideas and Actions in the Green Movement; Beyond Borders: Environmental Movements and Transnational Politics (with Timothy Doyle) and Direct Action in British Environmentalism.

Timothy Doyle is Chair of Politics and International Relations in SPIRE, at Keele University, UK. He is also Professor of Politics and International Studies, and Founding Chair of Management in the Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre (IPGRC) at the University of Adelaide, Australia.