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From the Publisher"The editors draw on a provocative and innovative strand of social theorizing and seek to adapt it to the study of environmental concerns. The resulting volume promises to build a far-reaching transdisciplinary agenda." John M.
Meyer, Department of Government and Politics, Humboldt State University
"This is an unusually interesting approach to a subject that receives too little attention and a notable account of a largely undisclosed history. It will be a very significant contribution to the field."—Michael Redclift, King's College London
"Twelve authors from seven countries and four continents — this is true international scholarship. Which is precisely the point: The concept of environmental flows challenges us to appreciate the fluidity of life on this planet,a fluidity that crisscrosses the boundaries we humans try to construct. A vital work."—Michael Bell, Department of Rural Sociology, University of Wisconsin-MadisonPlease note: This quote may be shortened by omitting everything before the colon and starting the quote: "The concept of environmental flows..."