The re-greening of North America: An overview of green politics and philosophy
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Don Alexander provides an overview of green politics and philosophy. He shows how the various issues connected with ecopolitics fit in the larger terrain. Form his paper we get an idea of where deep ecology might fit into anarchism, the peace movement, and economic justice. A question that arises is whether there can be a melding of these various elements that might bring unity to an ecopolitics of survival and conviviality.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-101
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