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Eco Socialism

Author: David Pepper
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134861877
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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Eco Socialism As Politics

Author: Qingzhi Huan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789048137459
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This volume consists of analyses by experts from both the West and the East on the up-to-date development of Eco-socialism as a red-green politics within the context of capitalist globalisation. It investigates whether and/or in what sense Eco-socialism can offer a better explanation to the causes of ecological problems than the other Green discourses - such as deep ecology and ecological modernisation theory, and thus has more contributions to make in dealing with the deteriorating ecological crisis throughout the world.

Eco Socialism Or Eco Capitalism

Author: Saral Sarkar
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ISBN: 9781856495998
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Saral Sarkar looks to a fundamentally different future - one in which our very notion of progress is differently conceived. This urgently needed vision of a sustainable 'good society' must have some historical continuity with the great socialist traditions of justice and popular participation. But it will take diverse social forms even if these must be based on an acceptance of certain imperatives and principles common to all peoples in both North and South. This is only likely to come about if a new generation of political movements struggles to achieve it.

Democratic Eco Socialism As A Real Utopia

Author: Hans A. Baer
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1785336967
Size: 42.87 MB
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As global economic and population growth continues to skyrocket, increasingly strained resources have made one thing clear: the desperate need for an alternative to capitalism. In Democratic Eco-Socialism as a Real Utopia, Hans Baer outlines the urgent need to reevaluate historical definitions of socialism, commit to social equality and justice, and prioritize environmental sustainability. Democatic eco-socialism, as he terms it, is a system capable of mobilizing people around the world, albeit in different ways, to prevent on-going human socio-economic and environmental degradation, and anthropogenic climate change.

Eco Socialism For Now And The Future

Author: Robert Albritton
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9783030051822
Size: 78.27 MB
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It is increasingly apparent that capitalism cannot stave off the truly frightening ecological disasters that threaten the future of life on earth. Is it an accident that the strongest and most capitalist economic force in the world, the US, is also that force that is most prone to the denial of the enormous dangers of global warming? While capitalism is a global force, it is not supported by the majority of the world, and much more thought and action is needed to integrate and globalize movements against oppression, injustice and ecological destruction. While changes at a local level are important and more feasible in our current world, ultimately changes at a global level may have greater long-term importance, and we need to greatly expand theorizations and mobilizations in this direction now. Robert Albritton proposes 'practical utopias' as a process of thinking by which short-term changes tend in the direction of desirable changes in the long term.

Ecology And Socialism

Author: Chris Williams
Publisher: Haymarket Books
ISBN: 1608460924
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Around the world, consciousness of the threat to our environment is growing. The majority of solutions on offer, from using efficient light bulbs to biking to work, focus on individual lifestyle changes, yet the scale of the crisis requires far deeper adjustments. Ecology and Socialism argues that time still remains to save humanity and the planet, but only by building social movements for environmental justice that can demand qualitative changes in our economy, workplaces, and infrastructure. Chris Williams is a longtime environmental activist, professor of physics and chemistry at Pace University, and chair of the science department at Packer Collegiate Institute. He lives in New York City.