Environmental Activism and World Civic Politics: The Cultural and Political Landscape of Anishinaabe Anti-Clearcutting Activism
SUNY Press, 1 janv. 1996 - 238 pages
A theoretical study of the politics of transnational environmental activist groups such as Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, and the World Wildlife Fund that argues that environmental activists practice world civic politics and play a central role in the way the world addresses environmental issues.
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