4 edition of The Environmental Crisis (FastBack Series) found in the catalog.
The Environmental Crisis (FastBack Series)
Harold W. Helfrich
February 25, 1971 by Yale University Press .
Written in English
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Countering the current view of many environmental activists that sovereign nations cannot provide effective environmental governance, The State and the Global Ecological Crisis offers analyses and case studies that explore the prospects for "reinstating the state" as a facilitator of progressive environmental change rather than a contributor to environmental destruction.
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What counts as environmental crisis. Nature becomes known to us partly through narrative and other patterns of imagining, so that literature (and cultural forms like song, film and other visual arts) can also be complicit in environmental crisis and environmental injustice, the unequal distribution of nature's benefits and burdens.
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The real blame for the environmental crisis isn't because ordinary people leave too many lights on or use the wrong type of soap. It is the wasteful system of production for profit that is unsustainable.
The real blame for the environmental crisis must be laid at the door of capitalism, governments, and the society that these forces have created.