Dr Jeremy Moulton, University of York This new edition perfectly balances an introduction to key concepts in environmental politics with some of the key debates and tensions within the field. It makes for extremely compelling and accessible reading that will be useful to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students, as well as those simply wishing to learn more about environmental protection.
John S. Dryzek is Centenary Professor at the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra's Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, former Head of the Departments of Political Science at the Universities of Oregon and Melbourne and the Social and Political Theory program at the Australian National University, and former editor of the Australian Journal of Political Science
Part I Introduction 1: Making Sense of Earth's Politics: A Discourse Approach Part II Global Limits and their Denial 2: Looming Tragedy: Limits, Boundaries, Survival 3: Growth Unlimited: The Promethean Response Part III Solving Environmental Problems 4: Leave it to the Experts: Administrative Rationalism 5: Leave it to the People: Democratic Pragmatism 6: Leave it to the Market: Economic Rationalism Part IV The Quest for Sustainability 7: Greener Growth: Sustainable Development 8: Industrial Society and Beyond: Ecological Modernization Part V Radicalism 9: Changing People: Green Consciousness 10: New Society: Green Politics 11: Backlash: Gray Radicalism Part VI Conclusion 12: Encountering the Anthropocene