Connection to Nature, Deep Ecology, and Conservation Social Science

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ISBN-13 : 1793624216

Page : 192 pages

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This book explores human-nature connectedness through deep ecological philosophy and conservation social science. Emphasizing ecologically-inclusive identities, it argues that connection to nature is more important than many environmental advocates realize and that deep ecology contributes much to the increasingly pressing conversations about it.

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