Winner of the PSA Mackenzie Prize for best politics book of 1999.
Rethinking Green Politics offers a wide-ranging overview and critical analysis of the theoretical framework that underpins the values, principles and concerns of contemporary green politics and the appropriate institutional means for realizing green ends.
About the Author
John Barry is in the Department of Politics, Keele University.
Table of Contents
Introduction Rethinking Green PoliticsRethinking Green Ethics I From Deep Ecology to Ecological VirtueRethinking Green Ethics II Naturalism and the Ethical Basis of Green Political TheoryRethinking Green Politics and the State A Reconstructive Critique of Eco-AnarchismThe State, Governance and the Politics of Collective Ecological ManagementGreen Political EconomyGreen Politics and Democracy Green Citizenship and Ecological StewardshipConclusion Nature, Virtue and Progress