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Environmentalism – A Multidisciplinary Perspective

A summer Selection


A selection of four essays recently published on Books & Ideas offers new perspectives on the definition, historiography and potential applications of environmental theory.

How can we grasp the impact of human activities on the environment ? From early ethics treatises to the ongoing climate change debate, environmentalism has emerged as a wide-ranging source of interest for economists, historians and philosophers alike. This dossier presents a selection of four essays recently published on Books & Ideas, offering new perspectives on the definition, historiography and potential applications of environmental theory.

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Ophélie Siméon, « Environmentalism – A Multidisciplinary Perspective. A summer Selection », Books and Ideas , 14 September 2014. ISSN : 2105-3030. URL : http://www.booksandideas.net/Environmentalism-A-Multidisciplinary-Perspective.html

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by Ophélie Siméon , 14 September 2014

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