Green Politics: Vol 2

Green Politics: Vol 2

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A research annual providing an international and interdisciplinary forum for the academic discussion of green policies. It encompasses party and non-party manifestations and covers the analysis of ecological movements, green parties, green political thought and the development of green policies.show more

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  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 138 x 216mm
  • EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • 2nd edition
  • 0748602658
  • 9780748602650

Table of contents

The greening of the Tories - the Conservative Party and the environment, Andrew Flynn and Philip Lowe; green prospects - the future of green parties in Britain, France and Germany, Wolfgang Ruedig and Mark N. Franklin; alliance patterns of the European environmental movement, Russell J. Dalton; vandals at the gate - the Tasmanian greens and the perils of sharing power, P.R. Hay; the New Zealand Values Party - challenging the poverty of progress 1972-1989, Stephen Rainbow; the birth of green politics in Brazil - exogenous and endogenous factors, Jose Augusto Padua; chaos as an explanation of the role of environmental groups in Eastern European politics, Barbara Jancar; comparing green parties, Wolgang Ruedig; developing green political theory, Adrian Atkinson; green reflections and sustainable visions, Daniel Neal Graham; the ubiquity of the environment - comments on a recent upsurge of environmental directories, Eleanor McDowell; book reviews.show more