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Routledge Handbook of the Climate Change Movement

Edited by: Matthias Dietz , Heiko Garrelts

Print publication date:  December  2013
Online publication date:  January  2014

Print ISBN: 9780415839259
eBook ISBN: 9780203773536
Adobe ISBN: 9781135038878

10.4324/9780203773536
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This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the growing transnational climate movement. A dual focus on climate politics and civil society provides a hitherto unavailable broad and systematic analysis of the current global movement, highlighting how its dynamic and diverse character can play an important role in environmental politics and climate protection.

The range of contributors, from well-known academics to activist-scholars, look at climate movements in the developed and developing world, north and south, small and large, central and marginal. The movement is examined as a whole and as single actors, thereby capturing its scope, structure, development, activities and influence. The book thoroughly addresses theoretical approaches, from classic social movement theory to the influence of environmental justice frames, and follows this with a systematic focus on regions, specific NGOs and activists, cases and strategies, as well as relations with peripheral groups.

In its breadth, balance and depth, this accessible volume offers a fresh and important take on the question of social mobilization around climate change, making it an essential text for advanced undergraduates, postgraduate students and researchers in the social sciences.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Framing Processes in the Climate Movement Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Democratizing the Climate Negotiations System Through Improved Opportunities for Participation Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Antagonistic Standpoints Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The Climate Justice Movement And the Hegemonic Discourse of Technology Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Climate Justice from the Perspective of Philosophy Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The Green Movement in Britain Download PDF
Chapter  8:  The Climate Movement in Germany  Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Movements for Climate Justice in the Us And Worldwide Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The Australian Climate Movement Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Out of the Forest – The Climate Movement in Brazil Download PDF
Chapter  12:  India – the Long March to a Climate Movement Download PDF
Chapter  13:  China’S Emerging Climate Change Movement – Finding a Place to Stand Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Climate Justice In, By, And for Africa Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Activist Profile – Bill Mckibben Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Activist Profile – Naomi Klein Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Activist Profile – James Hansen Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Activist Profile – Al Gore Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Activist Profile – Tim Dechristopher Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Activist Profile – Anna Rose Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Activist Profiles – David Spratt and Philip Sutton Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Organization Profile – Climate Action Network International Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Organization Profile – Climate Justice Now! Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Organization Profile – La Via Campesina Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Organization Profile – Friends of the Earth International Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Organization Profile – Climate Alliance Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Organization Profile – 350.org Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Organization Profile – Rising Tide Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Organization Profile – Energy Action Coalition Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Organization Profile – Plane Stupid Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Organization Profile – Germanwatch Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Between Pragmatism And Radicalization Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Reframing Climate Change Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Debates And Conflicts in the Climate Movement Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Small Island States And the New Climate Change Movement Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Ambiguous Involvement: Civil-Society Actors in Forest Carbon Offsets Download PDF
Chapter  37:  In the Periphery of the Climate Movement: Humanitarian Organizations Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Conclusion Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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