Environmental Democracy at the Global Level
by Giulia Parola
Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd 2013
Number of pages: 242
A manifesto that is both traditional and revolutionary at the same time. It calls for the construction of a new civilisation centred on the environment, while drawing on the traditional notions of democratic government. It adopts an approach that is focused on the power of individuals rather than governments.
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