5 edition of Toward a Bioregional State found in the catalog.
May 6, 2005 by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||384|
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The short excerpt of Whitaker's book "Toward a Bioregional State" contains the introduction to his book and the second chapter respectively #4. In his introduction the author sets off describing the purpose of his book.
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Summary: The short excerpt of Whitaker's book "Toward a Bioregional State" contains the introduction to his book and the second chapter respectively #/5. In his book Toward a Bioregional State: A Series of Letters About Political Theory and Formal Institutional Design in the Era of Sustainability, academic and scholar Mark D.
Whitaker argues for a rethinking of the current geo-political, social and environmental implications of the way our societies are structured, and calls for an envisioning process towards a new type of government built. "Bioregional Democracy (or the Bioregional State) is a set of electoral reforms and commodity reforms designed to force the political process in a democracy to better represent concerns about the economy, the body, and environmental concerns (e.g.
water quality), toward developmental paths that are locally prioritized and tailored to different. Toward a Bioregional State International Sociological Association's World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa, Summer Presenter/Author: Mark D.
Whitaker, author of Toward A Bioregional State: A Series of Letters on Political Theory and Formal Institutional Design in the Era of Sustainability (, ISBN: ) The first. Book Description: Bioregionalism is an innovative way of thinking about place and planet from an ecological perspective.
Although bioregional ideas occur regularly in ecocritical writing, until now no systematic effort has been made to outline the principles of bioregional literary criticism and to use it as a way to read, write, understand, and teach literature.
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Leading contributors from a broad range of disciplines introduce this exciting new concept as a framework for thinking about indigenous peoples, local knowledge, globalization, science. Bioregional is an entrepreneurial charity, which aims to invent and deliver practical solutions for sustainability.
It was founded in on the belief that overconsumption of resources was the driving force behind environmental degradation, and set out to find new ways to meet more of their needs from local resources. 2 Major current on: London, UK & Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
A very academic book written for specialists, with all the strengths and weaknesses of such texts. Bioregionalism is defined broadly. It proposes "that human identity may be constituted by our residence in a larger community of natural beingsour local bioregionrather thannational, state, ethnic, or other more common bases of identity" (4)/5.
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"Bioregional State" as a phrase seems to have no usage outside of Whitaker. Bioregional planning as yet has few established paradigms or methods, but the theory and practice are beginning to coalesce around observed regional patterns.
A bioregional scale is emerging as a meaningful geographic framework for understanding place and. Recognizing that ecological collapse is within reach, I draw upon the observations that poorly distributed power dynamics supported through the reinforcement of individualism, hierarchism, reductionism, linear thinking, etc.
are some of the basic principles that pose a challenge when it comes to embracing new and very ancient ways of interacting with the rest of living systems (Deloria, Author: Elona Trogub.
The Fundamental Role of the Bioregional Movement: The Bioregional Movement acts as a catalyst fo r social and political change in government toward decentralization of power to smaller units of population and land for the purpose of: keeping wealth at home in local communities, preserving and enriching the integrity of our natural systems of.
One of the best examples is California's movement in the early s toward a more bioregional model of natural resource management. California state and federal agencies established 11 bioregions based on watersheds and ranges of flora and fauna, and agreed to establish ‘bioregional councils’ to develop regional biodiversity by: After working in private industry, he spent 30 years in various professorial positions at North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Georgia and the University of.
Corey Lewis Reviews The Bioregional Imagination: Literature, Ecology, and Place, Edited by Tom Lynch, Cheryll Glotfelty, and Karla Armbruster This breadth of coverage, as well as the in-depth discussion of so many different types of bioregional projects, provides much to recommend The Bioregional Imagination to readers, students, scholars and teachers alike.
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Coevolution Quarterly 32 (Winter ): Size: 52KB. Dwellers in the Land: The Bioregional Vision - Kirkpatrick Sale, University of Georgia Press, Athens. This book is an attempt to lay groundwork, suggest basic outlines, encourage thought, and discussion. LifePlace: A Bioregional Approach to Planning, Education and Stewardship.
Thayer, Robert L., Jr. Berkeley. University of. Molly Scott Cato is Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at Roehampton University, UK. She is the author of Green Economics: An Introduction to Theory, Policy and Practice (Earthscan, ) and she has written widely on themes concerned with mutualism, social enterprise, policy responses to climate change, banking and finance, and local : Molly Scott Cato.
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A unique bioregional identity would be likely to develop toward the end of the year transition period, partially as a result of strategies already mentioned.
For bioregionalism, the development of community understanding of the land, its geography, resource endowments and capacity is particularly important , Cited by: The bioregional vision is not monolithic, but the following snapshots describe what my vision of a healthy locally-focused bioregional community would look like.
Economy Food is fresher and more healthful because it is transported at most a couple of hundred miles to your table, rather than the 1, miles that is the current average. Toward a Bioregional State: A Series of Letters on Political Theory and Formal Institutional Design in the Era of Sustainability () IUniverse; ISBN: 년 5월 This page book is the first book on green constitutional engineering, and it is a contribution to political : Assistant Professor at the State.
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Learning and teaching for an ecological sense of place: Toward environmental science education praxis (Unpublished Dissertation). Pennsylvania State University.
Jones, D. “The Biophilic University”: A de-familiarizing organizational metaphor for ecological sustainability. Journal of. In the late s, poet John Lane left his hometown of Spartanburg, South Carolina and settled in Port Townsend, Washington where he befriended a collection of poets and environmental activists, including Gary Snyder and publishers Sam Hamill and Tree Swenson of Copper Canyon Press.
After returning to Spartanburg in the s, Lane applied the concepts of bioregionalism he had encountered in. The Fundamental Role of the Bioregional Movement. The Bioregional Movement acts as a catalyst for social and political change in government toward decentralization of power to smaller units of population and land for the purpose of: keeping wealth at home in local communities, preserving and enriching the natural systems of water, air and land, and practicing ways of living that foster.
The Bioregional Assessment Program is expected to be completed in and looked at the impacts of coal seam gas and large coal mining developments on water resources and water-dependent assets over six bioregions included areas across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
These states are the four signatory states under the National. I was quite excited to find Molly Scott Cato's book The Bioregional Economy; Land, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, on the relevance of bioregionalism in the U.K.
Here, at last, was a discussion that brought together animism, ecology, and political economy. Professor Scott Cato is one of three signatories to a Green Party submission.
Bioregionalism is an innovative way of thinking about place and planet from an ecological perspective. Although bioregional ideas occur regularly in ecocritical writing, until now no systematic effort has been made to outline the principles of bioregional literary criticism and to use it as a Pages: Inmy "Commodity Ecology" as a better policy path toward sustainability (by getting specific on material/technical choices) was featured by the United Nations' Academic Impact Office.
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Bioregional democracy (or the Bioregional State) is a set of electoral reforms (and commodity reforms) designed to force the political process in a democracy to better represent concerns about the economy, the body, and environmental concerns (e.g., water quality), toward developmental paths that are locally prioritized and tailored to.
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