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Emancipatory Climate Actions: Strategies from histories

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Emancipatory Climate Actions: Strategies from histories
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Emancipatory Climate Actions: Strategies from histories

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1st ed. 2019 edition 

by Laurence L. Delina (Author) 

This book calls for a collective strengthening of the progressive dimension of climate action in the face of continued myopic governmental response. Delina argues that consent must be revoked and power realigned to avoid suffering the consequences of unabated climate change. He looks back at the mechanisms that make previous social mobilizations successful to design strategies that would advance a new hegemonic agenda. This new agenda calls for the culturing of contemporary human societies towards a hegemony characterized by just emancipations and sustainable transformations. 

Mining select histories from India, the United States, the Philippines, and Burma, the book explores topics including visioning and identity building; framing; triggering pressure; boosting publicity; and diversifying networks as strategic tools to the repertoires of climate action groups, organizations, and institutions. It will be of great value to academics and practitioners, as well as to anyone interested in how to actively combat climate change.

Year:
2019
Pages:
130
Language:
English
Format:
PDF
Size:
2 MB
ISBN-10:
3030173747, 3030173712
ISBN-13:
978-3030173746, 978-3030173715
ASIN:
B07S2GZWV5