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100 1  Shallcross, Tony 
245 10 Global Citizenship and Environmental Justice 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bEditions Rodopi,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2006 
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490 1  At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries, 17 ;|vv.v. 17 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Section A: What Identifies
       Discourse as Interdisciplinary? -- Is there a Common 
       Language of Environmental Justice and Global Citizenship? 
       -- Section B: Concepts of Environmental Justice and the 
       Law -- The Multiple and Competing Conceptions of 
       Environmental Justice -- A Conceptual Framework for 
       Environmental Justice Based on Shared but Differentiated 
       Responsibilities -- Section C: Global Citizenship, Trade 
       and Environmental Justices -- Fairtrade and the 
       International Moral Economy: Within and Against the Market
       -- Law, Civil Society and Transnational Environmental 
       Advocacy Networks -- The Triple Bottom Line as a Business 
       Basic? Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability: A Rio 
       Tinto Case Study -- Section D: Applying Environmental 
       Justice -- Dysfunctional Technology Transfer: The 
       Challenge of Global Markets -- Agricultural Biotechnology 
       and Human Rights -- Contrast is a Must! The Architect as 
       Environmentalist -- Section E: Education, Environmental 
       Justice, Global Citizenship and Deep Ecology -- Education 
       for Sustainable Development as Applied Global Citizenship 
       and Environmental Justice -- About the Authors 
520    This book focuses on the concepts of environmental justice
       and global citizenship from a number of different 
       disciplinary perspectives with the intention of promoting 
       at the very least some interdisciplinary 
       understandings.Initially presented as papers at an 
       interdisciplinary conference on the themes of 
       environmental justice and global citizenship in Copenhagen
       in February 2002, the chapters in this volume were chosen 
       by election by those attending the conference. They 
       represent the emergent differences of opinion and glimmers
       of agreement in the conference as discussions of 
       environmental justice and global citizenship inevitably 
       led to considerations of sustainability and Agenda 21. 
       Some degree of agreement did emerge around the idea of 
       seeing sustainability as a process rather than a 
       predetermined outcome. There was also a shared interest in
       the pedagogy of educating students in and about 
       sustainability. This volume has been divided into 
       disciplinary or thematically based sections but the 
       purpose of the introductory chapter is to draw links and 
       connections between different papers and different themes 
       in the volume 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Environmental justice -- Congresses.;World citizenship -- 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Robinson, John 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aShallcross, Tony|tGlobal Citizenship and
       Environmental Justice|dAmsterdam : Editions Rodopi,c2006
830  0 At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries, 17 
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