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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark Pelling; David Manuel-Navarrete; M R Redclift
|Description:||xi, 207 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction Chapter 1. Climate Change and the Crisis of Capitalism Mark Pelling, David Manuel-Navarrete and Michael Redclift Part I: Problem Framing Chapter 2. Living with a New Crisis: Climate Change and Transitions out of Carbon Dependency Michael Redclift Chapter 3. Policy Discourses of Resilience Kate Brown Chapter 4: Resilience and Transformation Mark Pelling Part II: Resilience and the Power-knowledge Interface Chapter 5. Paradigm Shift in US Climate Policy - But Where is the System Shift? Marcus Carson Chapter 6. Lessons From the Urban Poor: Collective Action and the Rethinking of Development Diana Mitlin Chapter 7. A Suitable Climate for Political Action? A Sympathetic Review of the Politics of Transition Peter North and Molly Scott Cato Chapter 8. Ecological Modernisation and the Spaces for Feasible Action on Climate Change Andy Gouldson and Rory Sullivan Part III: Beyond Capitalism: Critical Theory and De-growth Chapter 9. Climate Change, 'The Cancer Stage of Capitalism' and the Return of Limits to Growth: Towards a Political Economy of Sustainability John Barry Chapter 10. The Ideology of Growth: Tourism and Alienation in Akumal, Mexico David Manuel-Navarrete Part IV: The New Politics of Climate Change Chapter 11. Utopian Thought as a Missed Opportunity and Leverage Point for Systemic Change Mattias Hjerpe and Bjorn-Ola Linner Chapter 12. Resource Exchange, Political Strategy and the 'New' Politics of Climate Change Ian Bailey and Hugh Compston Conclusion Chapter 13. Conclusions: Alienation, Reclamation and a Radical Vision David Manuel-Naverrete, Mark Pelling and Michael Redclift|
|Series Title:||Routledge studies in human geography, 37.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Mark Pelling, David Manuel-Navarrete and Michael Redclift.|