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Ecology by Carolyn Merchant, Roger S. Gottlieb

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Ecology As we survey the effects of modernism environmental destruction the net consumption of irreplaceable natural resources the ever widening gulf between first and third worlds we are forced to grapple with the consequences of the domination of nature by human beings The readings gathered here join these issues with critical theory to examine the ongoing struggle to rediscover the nature within human beings and to reconnect it with external nature .

Starting with an examination of the use of modernist thought as legitimation for the domination of nature the collection progresses on a broad front It examines how first world economies create third world dependency the connections between poverty and population how basic needs could be fulfilled in a green sustainable economy the debate among deep social and socialist ecologists over the new ecological worldview ecofeminism and the liberation of both women and nature environmental justice for minorities and third world peoples the need for new spiritual relations between people and nature and a new postmodern science that offers people a partnership with nature The conclusion presents the Principles of Environmental Justice adopted by the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit .

Each essay stands on its own as a contribution to the ecological debate but the cumulative effect is clearly to ask how critical theorists current environmental philosophers and scientists propose to liberate both human beings and nature

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This volume traces the history of environmental conditions in the United States through the examination of critical issues such as pollution conservation and wilderness preservation The Second Edition of this popular text includes several new essays and documents and pays particular attention to multiculturalism and gender throughout In order to place American environmental issues in a larger context the text emphasizes international relations and globalization, As we survey the effects of modernism environmental destruction the net consumption of irreplaceable natural resources the ever widening gulf between first and third worlds we are forced to grapple with the consequences of the domination of nature by human beings The readings gathered here join these issues with critical theory to examine the ongoing struggle to rediscover the nature within human beings and to reconnect it with external nature br br Starting with an examination of the use of modernist thought as legitimation for the domination of nature the collection progresses on a broad front It examines how first world economies create third world dependency the connections between poverty and population how basic needs could be fulfilled in a green sustainable economy the debate among deep social and socialist ecologists over the new ecological worldview ecofeminism and the liberation of both women and nature environmental justice for minorities and third world peoples the need for new spiritual relations between people and nature and a new postmodern science that offers people a partnership with nature The conclusion presents the Principles of Environmental Justice adopted by the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit br br Each essay stands on its own as a contribution to the ecological debate but the cumulative effect is clearly to ask how critical theorists current environmental philosophers and scientists propose to liberate both human beings and nature, Earthcare brings together Merchan ts existing work on the topic of women and the environment as well as updated and new essays, How and why have Americans living at particular times and places used and transformed their environment How have political systems dealt with conflicts over resources and conservation This is the only major reference work to explore all the major themes and debates of the burgeoning field of environmental history Humanitys relationship with the natural world is one of the oldest and newest topics in human history The issue emerged as a distinct field of scholarship in the early s and has been growing steadily ever since The disciplines territory and sources are rich and varied and include climactic and geological data court records archaeological digs and the writings of naturalists as well as federal and state economic and resource development and conservation policy Environmental historians investigate how and why natural and human created surroundings affect a societys development Merchant provides a context setting overview of American environmental history from the beginning of the millennium an encyclopedia of important concepts people agencies and laws a chronology of major events and an extensive bibliography including films videos CD Roms and websites This concise first stop reference for students and general readers contains an accessible overview of environmental history a mini encyclopedia of ideas people legislation and agencies a chronology of events and their significance and a bibliography of books magazines and journals as well as films videos CD ROMs and online resources In addition to providing a wealth of factual information The Columbia Guide to American Environmental History explores contentious issues in this much debated field from the idea of wilderness to global warming br How and why have Americans living at particular times and places used and transformed their environment How have political systems dealt with conflicts over resources and conservation This is the only major reference work to explore all the major themes and debates in the burgeoning field of environmental history Humanity s relationship with the natural world is one of the oldest and newest topics in human history The issue emerged as a distinct field of scholarship in the early s and has been growing steadily ever since The discipline s territory and sources are rich and varied and include climatic and geological data court records archaeological digs and the writings of naturalists as well as federal and state economic and resource development and conservation policy Environmental historians investigate how and why natural and human created surroundings affect a society s development Merchant provides a context setting overview of American environmental history from the precolonial land use practice of Native Americans and concluding with twenty first concerns over global warming The book also includes a glossary of important concepts people agencies and legislation a chronology of major events and an extensive bibliography including films videos CD ROMs and websites br br This concise reference for students and general readers contains an accessible overview of American environmental history a mini encyclopedia of ideas people legislation and agencies a chronology of events and their significance and a bibliography of books magazines and journals as well as films videos CD ROMs and online resources br br In addition to providing a wealth of factual information The Columbia Guide to American Environmental History explores contentious issues in this much debated field from the idea of wilderness to global warming