Green Power: The Environment Movement in Australia

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A book that intermeshes the theories of social movements and non-government organisations with everyday events occurring in the environmental movement in Australia. The book's focus is on non-institutional politics, considering informal networks and groups as well as more formal non-government organisations.
 

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Contents

Environmental nongovernmental organisations
74
National and statebased environmental
88
THREE PERIODS OF AUSTRALIAN ENVIRONMENTALISM
107
Sustainable use
140
The emergence of elite networks
160
Wise and sequential use
176
Playing postmodern games? The politics of resilience
196
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