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Main Title Red sky at morning : America and the crisis of the global environment /
Author Speth, James Gustave,
Publisher Yale University Press,
Year Published 2004
OCLC Number 53059674
ISBN 0300102321; 9780300102321; 0300107765; 9780300107760
Subjects Global environmental change. ; Environmental protection. ; Globalization--Environmental aspects. ; Environmental policy--United States. ; Environmental protection--United States. ; Umweltschutz ; Umweltpolitik ; Umweltverñderung ; Milieubescherming. ; Milieubeleid. ; United States of America. ; Politics. ; Changement global de l'environnement. ; Politique de l'environnement--âEtats-Unis. ; Environnement--Protection--âEtats-Unis. ; Mondialisation--Aspect de l'environnement. ; Changement global (Environnement) ; Protection de l'environnement. ; Politique environnementale. ; USA. ; Umweltveränderung. ; Umweltverèanderung.
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EKBM  GE149.S64 2004 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 03/25/2005
EOAM  GE149.S64 2004 Region 8 Technical Library/Denver,CO 05/05/2006
ERAM  GE149.S64 2004 Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA 06/04/2004
ESAM  GE149.S64 2004 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 10/01/2004
Collation xv, 299 pages ; 22 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-275) and index.
Contents Notes
1980 -- Environmental challenges go global. A world of wounds ; Lost in Eden ; Pollution and climate change in a full world -- And the world responds. First attempt at global environmental governance ; Anatomy of failure -- Facing up to underlying causes. Ten drivers of environmental deterioration ; Globalization and the environment -- The transition to sustainability. Attacking the root causes ; Taking "good governance" seriously ; The most fundamental transition of all -- Resources for citizens. This book explains why twentieth century approaches to global environmental problems (such as climate change, deforestation, and water shortages) have not been successful. The author argues that dramatically different and far-reaching actions by citizens and governments are urgent in dealing with threats to the environment.--adapted from jacket.