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From Red To Green

Author : Paul Donovan
ISBN : 9781136529139
Genre : Business & Economics
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Written by an economist and an investment professional, this book addresses the twin crises that the world is facing in the form of a simultaneous financial and environmental credit crunch. Financially, consumers are less able to consume now, and pay later. Environmentally, we may have already reached our credit limit and the bill for past financial and environmental consumption is falling due. Whether the financial credit crunch constrains consumers in a way that will be environmentally supportive, naturally slowing the consumption of finite resources, or hinders any effective resolution of the environmental credit crunch is of crucial importance. Policy responses to the financial crisis are likely to be constrained by the political need to support the economic status quo, and when combined with a global reduction in available investment capital there are serious challenges ahead if the economic and environmental damage of the environmental credit crunch is to be minimised. This book asks whether financial crunch-induced changes in consumer behaviour will be enough to avoid, or reduce, the environmental crunch many believe is just round the corner. Donovan and Hudson combine their respective economic and environmental perspectives to address this key question, reviewing this 'tale of two crunches' from the perspective of different economic sectors. The answer to the conundrum this book poses may lie in the only unlimited resource on the planet - human ingenuity.

From Red To Green

Author : Rudolf Bahro
ISBN : UOM:39015008018098
Genre : Political Science
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Red To Green

Author : Laura A. Henry
ISBN : 0801476410
Genre : History
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Red to Green is an organizational analysis of popular environmental mobilization that addresses the continuing role of the Soviet legacy, the influence of transnational actors, and the relevance of social mobilization theory to the Russian case.

Green Is The New Red

Author : Will Potter
ISBN : 9780872865525
Genre : Political Science
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An insider tells how environmentalists and animal rights activists have become "the number one domestic terrorism threat."

From Red To Green

Author : Sangbum Shin
ISBN : UCSD:31822035178771
Genre : Environmental protection
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Green To Red

Author : Dennis Sheehan
ISBN : 1947825119
Genre : Science
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The environment belongs to us all, but some benefit more than others. Green to Red Brings the reader deep into the world of international intrigue and deceit. Is the environmental movement striving for a better world, or is it a desperate, well organized grasp for power, with a few politically astute people deceiving well intentioned followers while leading them to folly? Is it a long planned out effort to destabilize political structures worldwide in an attempt at a global government? Green to Red answers these questions while illustrating how the environmental movement has already led many countries into socialism under the banner of "Climate Change." Follow John Moore, the ctitious character who is again, fighting for his life while trying to destroy the nefarious people behind the global green movement.

Instituting Environmental Protection

Author : Daniel H. Cole
ISBN : 9781349261154
Genre : Political Science
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Under socialism, Poland suffered massive environmental destruction. After socialism, Poland's environmental performance has improved remarkably. This book explains that system-specific institutions of socialism undermined environmental protection by creating regulatory conflicts of interest that led the Party/state to soften budget and law constraints on polluters. Those problems have diminished in post-Communist Poland as socialist legal, political and economic institutions have been replaced by liberal-democratic institutions and competitive markets. The analysis includes important implications for an institutional theory of environmental protection.

How To Do Everything

Author : Red Green
ISBN : 9780385667753
Genre : Humor
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Among its many gems of advice, this book shows how to cook with acetylene, take revenge on a lawn mower, measure a hat size with a two-by-four, reduce carbon footprint (it involves moving into a fruit tree located next to a liquor store), and make alternative fuel (which involves an empty propane tank and a full septic one).

The Green Studies Reader

Author : Laurence Coupe
ISBN : 0415204070
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Green Studies is a booming area for study and The Green Studies Reader is a fantastically comprehensive selection of critical texts which address the connection between ecology, culture, and literature. It offers a complete guide to the growing area of 'ecocriticism' and a wealth of material on green issues from the romantic period to the present. Included are extracts from today's leading ecocritics and figures from the past who pioneered a green approach to literature and culture. This Reader sets the agenda for Green Studies and encourages a reassessment of development of criticism and offers readers a radical view of its future.

The Green And The Red

Author : Armand Chauvel
ISBN : 9781618220325
Genre : Fiction
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She’s a vegetarian. He’s a carnivore. Will it be a table for one? Meet Léa. She’s the idealistic owner and chef of La Dame Verte, a vegetarian restaurant struggling in a small French town in Brittany. Meet Mathieu. He’s the carnivorous marketing director of the town’s biggest pork producer, which is trying to put Léa out of business to take over the restaurant's prime real estate. When Léa and Mathieu first cross paths, it is under false pretenses—Mathieu is posing as a vegetarian, infiltrating the local animal rights community for information that will force Léa’s restaurant toward a swifter demise. And while Léa suspects that Mathieu isn’t all that he appears to be, she has no idea how deep his culinary deception goes. Neither of them can deny the attraction they feel for each other, and it seems as though they might be setting a table for two … until Léa learns the truth. Translated from the French (Le Vert et Le Rouge), The Green and the Red is at once a romantic comedy and a comedy of errors—two people from different worlds coming together in a small French town immersed in the culture of food.

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