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Green Economics Confronting The Ecological Crisis

Author: Robin Hahnel
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317469364
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This book's pluralistic, non-dogmatic, and committed investigation of the values of ecological sustainability, economic justice, and human dignity provides balanced analysis of environmental problems and their potential solutions.

Umwelt Konomie

Author: Alfred Endres
Publisher: Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 3170271105
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Dieses Standardlehrbuch analysiert Umweltprobleme und Umweltpolitik aus ökonomischer Sicht: Es bietet damit nicht nur eine verständliche Darstellung der Umweltökonomie von ihren mikroökonomischen Grundlagen bis zu den neuesten Forschungsansätzen, sondern auch eine Orientierung für die aktuelle umweltpolitische Diskussion. Die Darstellung reicht dabei von der Internalisierung externer Effekte bis hin zur Praxis des umweltpolitischen Instrumenteneinsatzes. Für die Neuauflage werden umfangreiche Aktualisierungen vorgenommen, insbesondere im Bereich des EU-Emissionshandels. Darüber hinaus wird die aktuelle Entwicklung berücksichtigt, die vor dem Hintergrund wachsender Skepsis beim Blick auf die internationalen Verhandlungsprozesse stärker auf umweltfreundlichen technischen Fortschritt durch unilaterale nationale Aktivitäten und seine Diffusion setzt.

Natural Resources And The Green Economy

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Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004227075
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Considering that natural resources or green capital are the drivers of globalisation, this book focuses on the link between investment, trade and natural resource management in the context of the growing economic inequalities between states.

Ecological Political Economy And The Socio Ecological Crisis

Author: Martin P. A. Craig
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319400908
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Critically synthesising a range of disparate literatures and debates, this book asks what is at stake in mounting a decisive response to the ‘socio-ecological crisis’ - a crisis of humanity’s relationship with the rest of nature that places social life as we know it in jeopardy. Martin Craig proposes that political economists within and beyond the field of political ecology make an indispensable contribution to the diagnosis of this crisis and the formulation of prescriptions for its resolution. In a wide-ranging yet concise exposition, he assess the fraught relationship between capitalist societies and the biosphere of which they are a part, and urges a renewed emphasis on political-economic structure and strategy when considering responses to the crisis. The result is a proposal for a critical yet inclusive research enterprise – 'ecological political economy' – within which a wide variety of researchers can readily participate.

Environment And Economy

Author: Molly Scott Cato
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136848320
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First Published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Politics Of The Environment

Author: Neil Carter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139464406
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The continuous rise in the profile of the environment in politics reflects growing concern that we may be facing a large-scale ecological crisis. The new edition of this highly acclaimed textbook surveys the politics of the environment, providing a comprehensive and comparative introduction to its three components: ideas, activism and policy. Part I explores environmental philosophy and green political thought; Part II considers parties and environmental movements; and Part III analyses policy-making and environmental issues at international, national and local levels. This second edition has been thoroughly updated with new and revised discussions of many topics including the ecological state, ecological citizenship, ecological modernisation and the Greens in government and also includes an additional chapter on 'Globalisation, Trade and the Environment'. As well as considering a wide variety of examples from around the world, this textbook features a glossary, guides to further study, chapter summaries and critical questions throughout.

Laudato Si

Author: Franziskus (Papst),
Publisher: Verlag Herder GmbH
ISBN: 345180736X
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Mit großer Spannung wurde sie erwartet, auch von Nicht-Katholiken: Die Umwelt-Enzyklika von Papst Franziskus nimmt die heute entscheidenden Themen in den Blick; es geht um die geht um soziale, ökologische und politische Zusammenhänge. Wohl selten war ein päpstliches Schreiben so aktuell und brisant und vor allem relevant für alle Gesellschaftsschichten und Menschen weltweit. Mit "Laudato si" beweist Franziskus, dass die Kirche nach wie vor eine unverzichtbare Stimme im Diskurs zur Gestaltung der modernen Welt ist. Wer verstehen will, wie Papst und Kirche die großen Herausforderungen unserer Zeit bestehen wollen, kommt an diesem Werk nicht vorbei. Ein Muss für jeden, der an den drängenden Fragen unserer Zeit interessiert ist.

The Limits Of The Green Economy

Author: Anneleen Kenis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317670205
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Projecting win-win situations, new economic opportunities, green growth and innovative partnerships, the green economy discourse has quickly gained centre stage in international environmental governance and policymaking. Its underlying message is attractive and optimistic: if the market can become the tool for tackling climate change and other major ecological crises, the fight against these crises can also be the royal road to solving the problems of the market. But how ‘green’ is the green economy? And how social or democratic can it be? This book examines how the emergence of this new discourse has fundamentally modified the terms of the environmental debate. Interpreting the rise of green economy discourse as an attempt to re-invent capitalism, it unravels the different dimensions of the green economy and its limits: from pricing carbon to emissions trading, from sustainable consumption to technological innovation. The book uses the innovative concept of post-politics to provide a critical perspective on the way green economy discourse represents nature and society (and their interaction) and forecloses the imagination of alternative socio-ecological possibilities. As a way of repoliticising the debate, the book advocates the construction of new political faultlines based on the demands for climate justice and democratic commons. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of environmental politics, political ecology, human geography, human ecology, political theory, philosophy and political economy. Includes a foreword written by Erik Swyngedouw (Professor of Geography, Manchester University).

Green Social Work

Author: Lena Dominelli
Publisher: Polity
ISBN: 0745654010
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Explores concept of 'green social work' & its role in using environmental crises to address poverty & other forms of structural inequalities, to obtain more equitable allocations of limited natural resources & to tackle global socio-political forces that have a damaging effect on quality of life of poor & marginalised populations at local levels.

Taking The High Road

Author: David B. Reynolds
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765607454
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This book presents a vision for farreaching economic change in America connected to practical grassroots steps. It points to an economic system in which corporate success merges with the long-term welfare of the workers and the general population. The author examines the continued reality of social democracy in Europe and what lessons can be learned for the U.S. He demonstrates how progressive economic change is already being fought for by labor and community groups throughout America in such efforts as the Living Wage Movement and the emerging battle against sprawl. And he provides a wealth of concrete examples, tools, and ideas that everyone can use to organize for economic and social justice in their own communities.