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The politics of the earth environmental discourses, (2nd Ed.)

Auteur : DRYZEK John S.

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Date de parution : 05-2005
Langue : Anglais
Ouvrage 240 p. 16x24 cm Broché

Résumé de The politics of the earth environmental discourses, ...

The Politics of the Earth provides an excellent and accessible introduction to thinking about the environment by looking at the way people use language on environmental issues. The author analyses the various approaches which have dominated environmental issues over the last three decades, and which are likely to be influential in the future: Survivalism : based on the contention that the earth has a limited stock of resources and prescribes drastic multidimensional action to prevent global disaster, receiving a reply from Promethans who deny such limits exist. Environmental Problem Solving : recognises the existence of ecological problems but views them as tractable within the basic framework of industrial society. Sustainability : defined by imaginative attempts to dissolve the conflicts between environmental and economic values. Green Radicalism : rejects the basic structure of industrial society and the way the environment is conceptualised and promotes transformation in human consciousness, economics and politics. The author provides a lively assessment of these various perspectives, their rise and fall, their interaction and impacts, and their strengths and weaknesses. His analysis of these discourses leads up to a concluding argument for a reinvigorated ecological democracy. The Politics of the Earth offers a new way of classifying and comparing the main strands of environmental politics. It is a fascinating and essential reading for all students of environmental politics and policy, and for anyone with an interest in environmental issues.

Sommaire de The politics of the earth environmental discourses, ...

Introduction. Making Sense of the Earth's Politics. Global Limits and Their Denial. Looming Tragedy: Survivalism. Growth Forever: The Promethan Response. Solving Environmental Problems. Leave it to the Experts: Administrative Rationalism. Leave it to the People: Democratic Pragmatism. Leave it to the Market: Economic Rationalism. The Quest for Sustainability. Environmentally Benign Growth: Sustainable Development. Industrial Society and Beyond. Green Radicalism. Save the World Through New Consciousness: Green Romanticism. Save the World Through New Politics. Conclusion. Ecological Democracy.

Commentaire de The politics of the earth environmental discourses, ...

  • John Dryzek is an internationally recognised leading expert on the politics of the environment
  • The lively engaging style makes a complex subject accessible to students
  • Innovative discourse approach offers a new way of classifying and comparing main strands of environmental politics
  • Puts last three decades of environmental politics in perspective