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Traditional environmentalism, claim authors Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger, will not succeed in dealing with global climate change. They discard:
But do they suggest more than:
Practical advice seems thin. They don't have a proposal for how to halt global warming.
As Rich Sweeney blogged on March 1, 2008 http://commontragedies.wordpress.com/2008/03/01/no-breakthroughs-here-a-review-of-break-through-by-nordhaus-and-shellenberger/:
|I realized that no major insight or concrete ideas were coming.|
|The Abstract Wild
by Jack Turner.
This is terrific.
A page-turner by a Deep Ecologist who advocates that we get out into the wild and be there ... versus what he calls "shallow ecologists" — including Environmental Ethicists — who make the Wild into an Abstraction.
from the death of environmentalism to the politics of possibility
by Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger
Published Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2007.
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