9780300102321

Red Sky at Morning : America and the Crisis of the Global Environment

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  • ISBN13:

    9780300102321

  • ISBN10:

    0300102321

  • Format: Trade Book
  • Copyright: 2/9/2004
  • Publisher: Yale University Press
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Author Biography

James Gustave Speth is dean and professor in the practice of environmental policy and sustainable development at the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Prologue: 1980 1(10)
Part One. Environmental Challenges Go Global... 11(64)
1. A World of Wounds
13(10)
2. Lost in Eden
23(20)
3. Pollution and Climate Change in a Full World
43(32)
Part Two. ...And the World Responds 75(42)
4. First Attempt at Global Environmental Governance
77(21)
5. Anatomy of Failure
98(19)
Part Three. Facing Up to Underlying Causes 117(32)
6. Ten Drivers of Environmental Deterioration
119(21)
7. Globalization and the Environment
140(9)
Part Four. The Transition to Sustainability 149(54)
8. Attacking the Root Causes
151(21)
9. Taking "Good Governance" Seriously
172(19)
10. The Most Fundamental Transition of All
191(12)
Resources for Citizens 203(26)
List of Abbreviations 229(4)
Notes 233(36)
For Further Reading: A Bookshelf 269(8)
Index 277

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