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green movement

A popular movement urging production and use of environmentally harmless consumer goods. Green politicians would curb economic and population growth and protect the natural environment.
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He is a conservation biologist and political ecologist, a writer of essays and blogs, and a computer specialist and technology researcher.
While I am sympathetic to many of the aims of ecofeminism, and work in political coalition with ecofeminists, I am more of a political ecologist.
With the help of feminist scholars and political ecologists from multiple disciplines tasked to find solution-oriented advances to theory, policy, and planning, they wrestle with the complexity of these global environmental changes.
Indeed, the figure of the conservation refugee should not only be of interest to political ecologists or those of us interested in conservation, but should also be the purview of those interested in displacement and "refugeeism" more broadly.
A story of particular interest to cultural and political ecologists could be Nabhan's visit to a lush desert oasis in western Egypt documented in 1919 by a University of Arizona agricultural researcher, Robert Forbes.
Rather than focusing on actors, as many other political ecologists have done (e.
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