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Socialist Register 2007
Coming to Terms with Nature

Collective Work
Επιμελητής: Leo Panitch
Επιμελητής: Colin Leys
Neil Smith
Elmar Altvater
Daniel Buck
Michael Löwy
Costas Panayotakis
Joan Martinez - Alier
Greg Albo
Frieder Otto Wolf
Philip McMichael
Erik Swyngedouw
Achim Brunnengraber
Heather Rogers
Barbara Harriss - White
Elinor Harriss
Jamie Peck
Dale Wen
Minqi Li
Henry Bernstein
Philip Woodhouse
Brenda Longefellow
Υπεύθυνος Σειράς: Michalis Spourdalakis
Αθήνα
Σαββάλας
Αριθμός Έκδοσης: 1
2007
σ. 426
Σχήμα: 24χ17
Δέσιμο: Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN: 978-960-449-343-2
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Περίληψη:

The looming environmental crisis forces socialists to confront difficult questions thought and action.

- In capitalism threatened by the ecological crisis, or can it prevail in an increasingly degraded planet?
- What will the legacy of capitalism's environmental destruction mean for any future socialist society?
- How can the socialist goal of international equality be met without aggravating the biosphere's destruction?
- What are the implications of environmental destruction for any future socialist society?

Περιέχονται τα κείμενα:
- Neil Smith, "Nature as accumulation strategy"
- Elmar Altvater, "The social and environment of fossil capitalism"
- Daniel Buck, "The ecological question: can capitalism prevail?"
- Michael Lowy, "Eco-socialism and democratic planning"
- Costas Panayotakis, "Working more, selling more, consuming more: capitalism΄s third contradiction"
- Joan Martinez - Alier, "Social metabolism and environmental conflicts"
- Greg Albo, "The limits of eco-localism: scale, trategy, socialism"
- Frieder Otto Wolf, "Party-building for eco-socialists: lessons from the failed project of the German Greens"
- Philip McMichael, "Feeding the world: agriculture development and ecology"
- Erik Swyngedouw, "Water, money and power"
- Achim Brunnengraber , "The political economy of the Kyoto protocol"
- Heather Rogers, "Garbage capitalism΄s green commerce"
- Barbara Harriss - White , Elinor Harriss , "Unsustainable capitalism: the politics of renewable energy in the UK"
- Jamie Peck , "Neoliberal hurricane: who framed New Orleans?"
- Dale Wen , Minqi Li , "China: hyper-development and environmental crisis"
- Henry Bernstein , Philip Woodhouse, "Africa: eco-populist utopias and (micro-)capitalist realities"
- Brenda Longefellow, "Weather report: image from the climate crisis"