Environmentalism for a new millennium : the challenge of coevolution

Author: Thiele, Leslie Paul.
Responsibility: Leslie Paul Thiele
Place: New York
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Date Published: 1999
Description: xxviii, 302 p. ; 24 cm.
Call Number: rg 363.70525 T431
Subject: Environmentalism--United States
Contents: 1. From Conservation to Coevolution -- 2. The Challenge of Coevolution: Interdependence and Sustainable Development -- 3. The Quest for Environmental Sustainability: Generational Interdependence across Time -- 4. The Quest for Environmental Justice: Social Interdependence across Space -- 5. The Quest for Environmental Integrity: Ecological Interdependence across Species -- 6. Environmentalism for a New Millennium -- Foundings of Environmental Organizations 1860-1990
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-296) and index.
Summary: Leslie Paul Thiele provides a much-needed analysis of the driving forces within the environmental movement and the key challenges that it faces. Through extensive interviews and a critical study of environmental publications and scholarly research, the author provides an inside look at the environmental movement. His analysis illuminates the social, economic, political and cultural forces that shape the environmental movement today and set its trajectory for the 21st century. Anyone interested the future of environmentalism will find this book an invaluable guide.