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EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION
References
Introduction
The social form of surplus production and the energy system
The role of money in the ‘fossil’ mode of production
Global civil society beyond nation states?
Notes
Alternative definitions of sustainable trade
Indicators of sustainable trade
Conclusion: comparative advantage revisited
Historical reminiscences
A new order in the discourse on development3
Growth and development
Socio-ecological transformations
Background to the Fordist food regime
The food regime
Changes in the Fordist food regime
Alternatives
Local economy and politics
Innis and international political economy
Ecological brinkmanship
Tasks of political ecology to activate material cycle
The present situation and catastrophic climate change
Principles of justice for international redistributions
Carbon-credit schemes and planetary management authorities
Climate science and the construction of uncertainty
Economics and the discourse of efficiency
A‘global’ issue—WRI/CSE debate
Little hard evidence either way on the economic side
When little relation is shown by a weak test
Data: the view from biology
The crossover: the disciplines have interchanged positions
Are things really what they seem?
Some conceptual issues
Environmental degradation and forms of appropriation
Class-gender effects
Responses: state and grassroots
The world of WED
WED analysis and policy: a historical overview
Critical reflections on the UNCED experience
The WEDO advisory group: voices from the regions
WED and the donor community
Facing the gender backlash: the Beijing meeting
Reflections on the future of WED
Ecofeminism: an overview
Ecofeminism and discourse on ‘women’ and ‘nature’
Destabilization: ecofeminism and democracy
Misperceptions of goods and satisfaction
The vicious circles of the growth way of life
The silver lining in the gloomy picture?
Looking backwards from a globalized political economy
André Gorz and the Liberation from Work
Paradigms of social change
Developing a normative stance: ‘the hidden side of my philosophy’
Voices for change: questions for ecology
Frontiers of Canadian political ecology
Conclusions
The roots of the Green Party in Canada
Discussion and conclusions
Is nature natural?
A social-ecological theory of reality
A theory of sustainability
The crisis of sustainability in industrial societies
The social causes of the crisis of sustainability
Towards a politics of sustainability
The ecological failings of liberal democracy
The general appeal of rights
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Ecology Political. Global and Local_ Roger Keil, David Bell

Ecology Political. Global and Local_ Roger Keil, David Bell

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