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Eco Fascists

Author : Elizabeth Nickson
ISBN : 9780062080059
Genre : Political Science
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Forty million Americans have been driven from their lands and rural culture is being systematically crushed, even as wildlife, forests, and rangelands are dying. Journalist Elizabeth Nickson’s investigations into these events have revealed a shocking truth: rather than safeguarding our environment, radical conservationists are actually destroying our natural heritage. In Eco-Fascists, Nickson documents the destructive impact of the environmental movement in North America and beyond, detailing the extreme damage environmental radicals in local and national government agencies are doing to the land, the ecosystems, and the people. Readers of Alston Chase’s Playing God in Yellowstone and In a Dark Wood, and anyone who is deeply concerned about global warming and the environment must read Elizabeth Nickson’s Eco-Fascists.

The Little Green Book Of Eco Fascism

Author : James Delingpole
ISBN : 9781621571612
Genre : Political Science
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A thoroughly politically incorrect pocket guide satirizing everything that is wrong with the green movement promises that it is not made from recycled paper while citing the inconsistencies, impracticality and hypocrisy of ludicrous environmental agendas. 30,000 first printing.

Liberal Fascism

Author : Jonah Goldberg
ISBN : 9780141908724
Genre : History
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Today the word 'fascist' is usually an insult aimed at those on the right, from neocons to big business. But what does it really mean? What if the true heirs to fascism were actually those who thought of themselves as being terribly nice and progressive - the liberals? Jonah Goldberg's excoriating, opinion-driving, US bestseller explains why. Here he destroys long-held myths to reveal why the most insidious attemps to control our lives originate from the left, whether it's smoking bans or security cameras. Journeying through history and across culture, he uses surprising examples ranging from Woodrow Wilson's police state to the Clinton personality cult, the military chic of 60s' student radicals to Hollywood's totalitarian aesthetics, to show that it is modern progressivism - and not conservatism - that shares the same intellectual roots as fascism. This angry, funny, smart and contentious book looks behind the friendly face of the well-meaning liberal, and turns our preconceptions inside out.

The Case For A Carbon Tax

Author : Shi-Ling Hsu
ISBN : 9781610911788
Genre : Political Science
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There's a simple, straightforward way to cut carbon emissions and prevent the most disastrous effects of climate change-and we're rejecting it because of irrational political fears. That's the central argument of The Case for a Carbon Tax, a clear-eyed, sophisticated analysis of climate change policy. Shi-Ling Hsu examines the four major approaches to curbing CO2: cap-and-trade; command and control regulation; government subsidies of alternative energy; and carbon taxes. Weighing the economic, social, administrative, and political merits of each, he demonstrates why a tax is currently the most effective policy. Hsu does not claim that a tax is the perfect or only solution-but that unlike the alternatives, it can be implemented immediately and paired effectively with other approaches. In fact, the only real barrier is psychological. While politicians can present subsidies and cap-and-trade as "win-win" solutions, the costs of a tax are immediately apparent. Hsu deftly explores the social and political factors that prevent us from embracing this commonsense approach. And he shows why we must get past our hang-ups if we are to avert a global crisis.

Hubris The Troubling Science Economics And Politics Of Climate Change

Author : Michael Hart
ISBN : 9780994903808
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The Monkey Puzzle Tree

Author : Elizabeth Nickson
ISBN : 0747518122
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A debut novel based on a series of programmes in mind control carried out by the CIA in America in the 1950s and 60s which used as guinea pigs ordinary American and Canadian citizens.

Sharing Power

Author : Grazia Borrini
ISBN : 9781844074976
Genre : Business & Economics
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The collaborative or ?co?-management of natural resources - whether between states and local communities or amongst and within communities themselves - is a process of collective understanding and actions to bring about negotiated agreements on roles, rights and responsibilities for decentralized governance of natural resources. At heart, co-management is about sharing power, one of the most difficult but rewarding experiences in personal and social life.The book is designed for professionals and people involved in practical co-management processes, and distils a wealth of experience and innovative approaches ?learned by doing?. It begins by offering a variety of vistas, from historical analyses to a clear grasp of key concepts. Illustrated in detail is the understanding accumulated in recent decades on starting points for co-management, conditions and methods for successful negotiations, ideas to manage conflicts and types of agreements and co-management institutions emerging from the negotiation tables. Simple tools, such as checklists distilled from different situations and contexts, are offered throughout. Examples and insights from experience highlight the importance of participatory democracy - the enabling contexts where ?sharing power? is ultimately possible and successful.Published with IIED and IUCN.

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