About the Author
Manuel Arias-Maldonado is a Lecturer in Political Science at the University of Mßlaga, Spain. He has been a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Berkeley and also developed research in Keele, Oxford, Siena and Munich. He is a regular contributor of Environmental Politics since 2000 and belongs to the Green Politics Standing Group of the European Council for Political Research (ECPR).
Table of Contents
Contents: Foreword; Introduction: an imaginary crisis? Reframing environmentalism; Part I Nature and Society: Society within nature; Nature within society; From nature to human environment. Part II Sustainability after the End of Nature: The principle of sustainability; The politics of sustainability. Part III Towards a Green Liberal Society: Green politics, democracy and liberalism; Can we democratise sustainability?; Ecological citizenship and sustainability; Conclusion: the future of environmentalism; Bibliography; Index.