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Social Ecology versus Deep Ecology: A Challenge for the Ecology Movement

Green Perspectives, 25/06/1987


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Resource information:
Resource IDbookchin1987
Resource titleSocial Ecology versus Deep Ecology: A Challenge for the Ecology Movement
Author(s)Murray Bookchin
Publication/ sourceGreen Perspectives
Date published25/06/1987
Summary text/ abstractThe environmental movement has traveled a long way since those early Earth Day festivals when millions of school kids were ritualistically mobilized to clean up streets, while Arthur Godfrey, Barry Commoner, Paul Ehrlich, and a bouquet of manipulative legislators scolded their parents for littering the landscape with cans, newspapers, and bottles. The movement has gone beyond a naive belief that patchwork reforms and solemn vows by EPA bureaucrats to act more resolutely will seriously arrest the insane pace at which we are tearing down the planet.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Neo-Luddism, Politics
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