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A Fierce Green Fire

Author: Philip Shabecoff
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781597267595
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In A Fierce Green Fire, renowned environmental journalist Philip Shabecoff presents the definitive history of American environmentalism from the earliest days of the republic to the present. He offers a sweeping overview of the contemporary environmental movement and the political, economic, social and ethical forces that have shaped it. More importantly, he considers what today's environmental movement needs to do if it is to fight off the powerful forces that oppose it and succeed in its mission of protecting the American people, their habitat, and their future.Shabecoff traces the ecological transformation of North America as a result of the mass migration of Europeans to the New World, showing how the environmental impulse slowly formed among a growing number of Americans until, by the last third of the 20th Century, environmentalism emerged as a major social and cultural movement. The efforts of key environmental figures -- among them Henry David Thoreau, George Perkins Marsh, Theodore Roosevelt, Gifford Pinchot, John Muir, Aldo Leopold, David Brower, Barry Commoner, and Rachel Carson -- are examined. So, too, are the activities of non-governmental environmental groups as well as government agencies such as the EPA and Interior Department, along with grassroots efforts of Americans in communities across the country. The author also describes the economic and ideological forces aligned against environmentalism and their increasing successes in recent decades. Originally published in 1993, this new edition brings the story up to date with an analysis of how the administration of George W. Bush is seeking to dismantle a half-century of progress in protecting the land and its people, and a consideration of the growing international effort to protect Earth's life-support systems and the obstacles that the United States government is placing before that effort. In a forward-looking final chapter, Shabecoff casts a cold eye on just what the environmental movement must do to address the challenges it faces.Now, at this time when environmental law, institutions, and values are under increased attack -- and opponents of environmentalism are enjoying overwhelming political and economic power -- A Fierce Green Fire is a vital reminder of how far we have come in protecting our environment and how much we have to lose.

A Fierce Green Fire

Author: Marybeth Lorbiecki
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019996503X
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Previous editions have title: Aldo Leopold: a fierce green fire.

Aldo Leopold

Author: Marybeth Lorbiecki
Publisher: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9780762736638
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Written in a clear, accessible style, this biography reveals the background, early inspiration, and triumphs of Aldo Leopold and traces the foremost environmentalist's development as a leader in the conservationist movement. 160 linecuts.

Nachtwild

Author: Gin Phillips
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
ISBN: 3423433825
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Dunkler als die Nacht. Wilder als ein Tier. Näher als du glaubst. Es ist ein herrlicher Tag und Joan besucht mit ihrem vierjährigen Sohn Lincoln den Zoo – da hört sie plötzlich Schüsse. Am Ausgang sieht sie Tote auf dem Boden liegen. Sie weiß nicht, ob die Polizei unterwegs ist, ob der oder die Täter noch in der Nähe sind. Als weitere Schüsse fallen, flüchtet sie mit Lincoln in ein leer stehendes Gehege. Das Leben ihres Sohnes hängt jetzt allein von ihr ab und davon, ob sie einen Weg finden wird, sie beide zu retten. Jedes Geräusch, jede Bewegung kann tödlich sein. Sie muss Entscheidungen treffen und Dinge tun, die sie nie für möglich gehalten hätte.

Law And The Environment

Author: Robert V. Percival
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9781566395243
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Law and the Environment: A Multi-disciplinary Reader brings together for the first time some of the most important original work on environmental policy by scientists, ecologists, philosophers, historians, economists, and legal scholars. Each of the book's four parts provides a different focus on the nature and scope of environmental problems and attempts to use public policy to address these concerns. Part I examines how ecology, economics, and ethics analyze environmental problems and why they support collective action to respond to them. Part II examines the history and present state of environmental law, from early attempts to engage the government to the current debate over the effectiveness of environmental policy. Part III explores the process by which environmental law gets translated into regulatory policy. Part IV considers the future of environmental law at a time when international environmental concerns have become a major force in global diplomacy and international trade agreements.In drawing together a wide variety of perspectives on these issues, Robert V. Percival and Dorothy C. Alevizatos offer a comprehensive examination of how society has responded to the difficult challenges posed by environmental problems. The selections provide a rich introduction to the complexities of environmental policy disputes. Author note: Robert V. Percival is Professor of Law, Robert Stanton Scholar and Director of the Environmental Law Program of the University of Maryland School of Law. He is the principal author of Environmental Regulation: Law, Science, and Policy, and numerous articles on law and the environment. >P>Dorothy C. Alevizatos is an environmental lawyer with a Baltimore law firm. She has an M.S. in conservation biology from the University of Maryland.

Environment In The Balance

Author: Jonathan Z. Cannon
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674425987
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Does the green movement remain a transformative force in American life? In Environment in the Balance Jonathan Cannon interprets a wide range of U.S. Supreme Court decisions over four decades and explores the current ferment among activists, to gauge the practical and cultural impact of environmentalism and its future prospects.

A New Name For Peace

Author: Philip Shabecoff
Publisher: Univ Pr of New England
ISBN:
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A former New York Times environmental reporter evaluates cooperative global efforts for environmentally sustainable economic development.

From Agamben To Zizek

Author: Jon Simons
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748686746
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In these 15 taster essays you will discover the key concepts and critical approaches of the theorists who have had the most significant impact on the humanities since 1990.