Wednesday, October 22, 2008

GusSpeth on Environment 360

Gus Speth, Dean of the Forestry School at Yale, has published a ground-breaking editorial in the Guardian, discussing the failures of the Big ten environmental groups, particularly their failure to understand and embrace the Dalian critique.

It's an excellent piece and should be widely syndicated.


Environmental failure: a case for a new green politics

A spectre is haunting American environmentalism, says James Gustave Speth, the spectre of failure. From environment360

The US environmental movement is failing – by any measure, the state of the earth has never been more dire. What's needed, a leading environmentalist writes, is a new, inclusive green politics that challenges basic assumptions about consumerism and unlimited growth.

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