Environmentalism and Politics Set
Published October 1st 2009 by Routledge – 2,492 pages
Series: Earthscan Library Collection
This set forms a carefully selected body of work on the emergence of the environmentalism movement and its place in politics. In the last two decades, environmental threats and the challenge of sustainability have moved to the very centre of political, business and, increasingly, personal agendas. The Earthscan Library Collection has been created to bring back into print the seminal texts in sustainability from the past 25 years. The Collection offers a unique opportunity to gain broad, archival coverage of all aspects of sustainability. It allows the individual as well as institutional purchaser the ability to acquire volumes by many of the most well-respected thinkers and authors across the subject.
British Politics and the Environment By John McCormick 9781849710077 212 pp Dirty Words: Writings on the History and Culture of Pollution Edited by Hannah Bradby 9781849710039 180 pp Environmental Law and Citizen Action By Alan Murdie 9781849710060 260 pp Fax Messages from a near future By Jorge Wilheim 9781849710046 124 pp Richer Futures: Fashioning a new politics Edited by Ken Worpole 9781849710107 222 pp The Earthscan Action Handbook for People and Planet By Miles Litvinoff 9781849710091 356 pp Waste Not Want Not: The Production and Dumping of Toxic Waste By Robert Allen 9781849710084 258 pp When the Bough Breaks… Our children, our environment By Lloyd Timberlake and Laura Thomas 9781849710022 276 pp World Who is Who and Does What in Environment and Conservation Edited by Nicholas Polunin 9781849710053 604 pp