Unique environmentalism: A comparative perspective
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Original versionJakobsson, E. (2008) Unique environmentalism: A comparative perspective. 13(3), pp. 581-583 10.1093/envhis/13.3.581
In Unique Environmentalism, a group of Norwegian political scientists explore Norwegian organized environmentalism. According to the authors, the Norwegian environmental movement is unique and, from a comparative perspective, has some interesting anomalies that explain, for example, the positive Norwegian attitude toward whaling and the lack of a Norwegian green party. The two explanatory perspectives are labelled the state friendly society and the local community perspective.
This is a pre-copyedited, author-produced PDF of an article accepted for publication in Environmental History following peer review. The version of record; Jakobsson, E. (2008) Unique environmentalism: A comparative perspective. Environmental History , 13(3), pp. 581-583 is available online at: doi: 10.1093/envhis/13.3.581 .