Environmentalism for a New Millennium: The Challenge of Coevolution

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Notes

Preface
1
Gregg Easterbrook, A Moment on the Earth: The Coming Age of Environmental Optimism (New York: Viking, 1995), p. 53.
2
The Earth Works Group, 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Save the Earth (Berkeley: Earthworks Press, 1989). See also Jeremy Rifkin, ed., The Green Lifestyle Handbook: 1001 Ways You Can Heal the Earth (New York: Henry Holt, 1990).

Introduction
1
See Russell J. Dalton, The Green Rainbow: Environmental Groups in Western Europe (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1994).
2
John Gowdy, Coevolutionary Economics: The Economy, Society and the Environment (Boston: Kluwer, 1994), pp. 22, 98.
3
Sierra, November—December 1994, p. 22.
4
David Pepper, The Roots of Modern Environmentalism (London: Croom Helm, 1984), p. 213.
5
In the spring of 1998, for example, the Sierra Club was subject to a heated internal debate and held a referendum on whether the club should identify immigration as a partial cause of U. S. overpopulation and seek to limit it. By a 3-to-2 margin, Sierra Club members voted to reject any official position on immigration. Club president Adam Werbach threatened to resign if the action passed.

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  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction xvii
  • 1 - From Conservation to Coevolution 3
  • 2 - Interdependence and Sustainable Development 30
  • 3 - Generational Interdependence across Time 62
  • 4 - Social Interdependence across Space 113
  • 5 - Ecological Interdependence across Species 166
  • 6 - Environmentalism for a New Millennium 202
  • Appendix - Notes on the Methodology and Interviews 229
  • Notes 235
  • Selected Bibliography 279
  • Index 297
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