Activism and the Fossil Fuel Industry Paperback
In less than a decade, activism against the fossil fuel industry has exploded across the globe.
While environmentalists used to focus on legislative goals, such as carbon emissions trading or renewable energy policies, today the most prominent activists directly attack the fossil fuel industry.
This timely book offers a comprehensive evaluation of different types of activism, the success and impact of campaigns and activities, and suggestions as to ways forward.
This book is the first systematic treatment of the anti-fossil fuel movement in the United States.
An accessible and readable text, it is an essential reference for scholars, policymakers, activists, and citizens interested in climate change, fossil fuels, and environmental sustainability. The entire book or chapters from it can be used as required or supplementary material in various courses at the undergraduate and graduate level.
As the book is not technically challenging but contains a comprehensive review of climate change, fossil fuels, and the literature on environmental activism, it can be used as an accessible introduction to the anti-fossil fuel campaign across disciplines.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 242 pages, 15 Line drawings, black and white; 3 Tables, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 07/02/2018
- Category: Political activism
- ISBN: 9781783537549
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