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Hardcover | $13.75 Short | £10.50 | ISBN: 9780262025874 | 288 pp. | 6 x 9 in | September 2005
Paperback | $25.00 Short | £18.95 | ISBN: 9780262524445 | 288 pp. | 6 x 9 in | September 2005

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Deliberative Environmental Politics

Democracy and Ecological Rationality

About the Authors

Walter F. Baber is Professor in the Graduate Center for Public Policy and Administration at California State University, Long Beach. Baber and Bartlett are the coauthors of Deliberative Environmental Politics: Democracy and Ecological Rationality and Global Democracy and Sustainable Jurisprudence: Deliberative Environmental Law, both published by the MIT Press.

Robert V. Bartlett is Gund Professor of the Liberal Arts in the Department of Political Science at the University of Vermont. Baber and Bartlett are the coauthors of Deliberative Environmental Politics: Democracy and Ecological Rationality and Global Democracy and Sustainable Jurisprudence: Deliberative Environmental Law, both published by the MIT Press.

Endorsements

“Baber and Bartlett offer a wonderful appreciation of the subtleties of deliberative democracy and environmental politics.”
Robert Paehlke, Trent University
“Barber and Bartlett tackle many of the most important issues in environmental politics, advancing a coherent and original point of view in a treatment that will become essential reading for scholars and students in the field.”
John S. Dryzek, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University
“This important book fills a gap in the existing environmental studies, policy, and politics literature. The authors are correct in arguing that for too long environmental ethics has been distant from practical environmental decision making.”
Edward P. Weber, Washington State University
“The Grassroots of a Green Revolution uses an array of public opinion polling data to intelligently answer questions important to both analysts of environmental politics and concerned citizens. The book also includes an insightful assessment of the 2000 election.”
Robert Paehlke, Trent University