Includes bibliographical references (p. -283) and index.
|Statement||Raymond H. Dominick III.|
|LC Classifications||HC290.5.E5 D66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||91028558|
Get this from a library! The environmental movement in Germany: prophets and pioneers, [Raymond H Dominick, III] -- "German environmentalism did not begin with the emergence of the Green Party in the s. As this book shows, an active environmental movement has existed in Germany for more than a century. Until. Winner of the Ohio Academy of History Award for the Outstanding Publication of “This is an important work for understanding the roots of the Green movement in Germany and, in many ways, of environmental movements elsewhere. The book is well organized, readable, and based on impressive research.” —Choice“This volume should be required reading for all students of. This study provides the first comprehensive discussion of conservation in Nazi Germany. Looking at Germany in an international context, it analyses the roots of conservation in the late 19th century, the gradual adaptation of racist and nationalist thinking among conservationists in the s and their indifference to the Weimar by: 3. The book was so important for the environmental movement that it lead to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency in and DDT was banned in The s were greatly important for the green movement with many groups, like Greenpeace, forming in the : The Green Medium.
And the Environmental Movement (Viking, ). Paul Wapner compares and contrasts the work of three international networks – Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, and Friends of the Earth -- in Environmental Activism and World Civic Politics (State Univ. of New York Press, ). The book would prove to be a huge influence on environmental policies across the world, and Carson would be regarded as one of the greatest influences in the history of the environmental movement. Land pollution: Unites States Organization: . An account of German environmentalism that shows the influence of the past on today's environmental decisions. Germany enjoys an enviably green reputation. Environmentalists in other countries applaud its strict environmental laws, its world-class green technology firms, its phase-out of nuclear power, and its influential Green Party. A timeline of key moments in environmental history and the environmental movement, including important early writing, the first conservation groups, disasters, legislation, activism and more.
In the 20th century, the conservation movement was overshadowed by events like the Great Depression and two world wars. Only after World War II ended -- and the rapid transformation of North America from an agricultural society to an industrial one was well underway -- did the modern environmental movement : Marc Lallanilla. Despite growing evidence of the universality of environmental problems and of economic and cultural globalisation, the development of a truly global environmental movement is at best tentative. The dilemmas which confront organisations are no less apparent at the global than at national levels. This volume is a uniquely comprehensive collection of the most recent . Unfortunately, the environmental movement played a role. New York Times reporter Conor Dougherty presents this nuanced history of our housing crisis in his new book, “Golden Gates: Fighting for. CONSERVATION AND NATIONAL STRENGTH "The German countryside must be preserved under all circumstances, for it is and has forever been the source of strength and greatness of our people." -- Adolf Hitler. Source: Hitler quoted in Raymond H. Dominick III, The Environmental Movement in Germany: Prophets and Pioneers, (Bloomington: Indiana University .