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Warriors Of The Rainbow

Author : Robert Hunter
ISBN : 9781921888816
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A gripping personal account, this book is written by a man who participated in some of the most publicized international environmental actions ever undertaken. Robert Hunter was a much loved member of Greenpeace from its inception, when he and 10 others sailed aboard a rusting ship on a voyage to protect Canada’s waters from nuclear testing. The brains behind iconic actions—such as dying Harp Seal pups in Alaska with red paint to make their skins commercially worthless—Hunter remained one of the movement's most fondly remembered activists until his death in 2005, despite his open and candid accounts of internal politics and interpersonal strife. This updated edition features a new foreword by the Greenpeace executive director, as well as additional photographs and an author's note.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Hairy Hippies And Bloody Butchers

Author : Juliane Riese
ISBN : 9781785335297
Genre : Social Science
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In the popular imagination, no issue has been more closely linked with the environmental group Greenpeace than whaling. Opposition to commercial whaling has inspired many of the organization's most dramatic and high-profile "direct actions"-as well as some of its most notable failures. This book provides an inside look at one such instance: Greenpeace's decades-long campaign against the Norwegian whaling industry. Combining historical narrative with systems-theory analysis, author Juliane Riese shows how the organization's self-presentation as a David pitted against whale-butchering Goliaths was turned on its head. She recounts how opponents successfully discredited the campaign while Greenpeace struggled with internal disagreements and other organizational challenges, providing valuable lessons for other protest movements.
Category: Social Science

Amchitka And The Bomb

Author : Dean Kohlhoff
ISBN : 0295982551
Genre : History
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“Amchitka and the Bomb reconstructs thoroughly the decision by the Atomic Energy Commission to use Amchitka Island in the Aleutians as a test site for nuclear missile weaponry . . . utterly disregarding the fact that the island was a wildlife refuge. It will be an important contribution to environmental and Alaska studies and to national defense studies.” - Stephen Haycox, University of Alaska, Anchorage
Category: History

Make It A Green Peace

Author : Frank Zelko
ISBN : 9780199991099
Genre : History
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The emergence of Greenpeace in the late 1960s from a loose-knit group of anti-nuclear and anti-whaling activists fundamentally changed the nature of environmentalism--its purpose, philosophy, and tactics--around the world. And yet there has been no comprehensive objective history of Greenpeace's origins-until now. Make It a Green Peace! draws upon meeting minutes, internal correspondence, manifestos, philosophical writings, and interviews with former members to offer the first full account of the origins of what has become the most recognizable environmental non-governmental organization in the world. Situating Greenpeace within the peace movement and counterculture of the 1960s, Frank Zelko provides a much deeper treatment of the group's groundbreaking brand of radical, media-savvy, direct-action environmentalism than has been previously attempted. Zelko traces the complex intellectual and cultural roots of Greenpeace to the various protest movements of the 1950s and 1960s, highlighting the influence of Quakerism--with its practice of bearing witness--Native American spirituality, and the non-violent resistance of Gandhi. Unlike the more strait-laced, less confrontational Sierra Club and Audubon Society, early Greenpeacers smoked dope, dropped acid, wore their hair long, and put their bodies on the line--interposing themselves between the harpoons of whalers and the clubs of seal-hunters--to save the animals and achieve what they hoped would be a lasting transformation in the way humans regarded the natural world. And while it may not have achieved its most revolutionary goals, Greenpeace inarguably created a heightened awareness of environmental issues that endures to this day. Narrating the key campaigns and arguments among the group's early members, Make It a Green Peace! vividly captures all the drama, pathos, and occasional moments of absurd comic relief of Greenpeace's tumultuous first decade.
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Encyclopedia Of Religion And Nature

Author : Bron Taylor
ISBN : 9781441122780
Genre : Religion
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The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, originally published in 2005, is a landmark work in the burgeoning field of religion and nature. It covers a vast and interdisciplinary range of material, from thinkers to religious traditions and beyond, with clarity and style. Widely praised by reviewers and the recipient of two reference work awards since its publication (see www.religionandnature.com/ern), this new, more affordable version is a must-have book for anyone interested in the manifold and fascinating links between religion and nature, in all their many senses.
Category: Religion

Eyes Of Fire

Author : David Robie
ISBN : 1877484288
Genre : History
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On 10 July 1985, French secret agents bombed the Greenpeace campaign flagship Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour, New Zealand. Portuguese-born photographer Fernando Pereira died in the sabotage outrage that shook the world. The bombed ship was scuttled off a New Zealand bay in 1987 to form a living reef and Rainbow Warrior II was commissioned.
Category: History


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105015652428
Genre : Canada
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Arctic Politics

Author : Oran R. Young
ISBN : UVA:35007000377105
Genre : Political Science
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Thoughtful essays establishing the Arctic as a distinctive region of international political, socioeconomic, and environmental importance.
Category: Political Science

The Activist S Almanac

Author : David Walls
ISBN : UOM:39015029292243
Genre : Political Science
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In the tradition of The 100 Best Companies to Work for in America, here are comprehensive profiles of organizations dedicated to shaping policy and effecting change in our country. Walls concentrates on nonprofit, public-supported organizations of national scope and cuts through the barrage of appeals, claims, and counterclaims by various organizations to offer solid information about 105 diverse groups. Index.
Category: Political Science

Earth Warrior

Author : David B. Morris
ISBN : UVA:X002600926
Genre : Nature
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Driven by a need to address the issues surrounding the global extinction of ocean habitat and wildlife, Paul Watson founded the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in 1977 to take the battle over driftnetting and whale hunting to the high seas. Earth Warrior describes David Morris's journey with Watson on an anti-driftnet campaign in the North Pacific, where the author encounters action and adventure and gets a close-up view of Watson, both as a person and as one of the world's most committed environmentalists.
Category: Nature