A Short History of the Mass Extinction of Species
70% of biologists believe the world is now in the midst of the fastest mass extinction of species in the planet's 4.5 billion-year history. Biodiversity loss is rated as a more serious environmental problem than the depletion of the ozone layer, global warming, or pollution and contamination. How have we come to this, and what can be done to conserve our environment for the future?
Ecocide examines the facts behind the figures to offer a disturbing account of the ecological impact that the human species has on the planet. It shows how we are wilfully destroying our world. Highlighting important countermovements who are working for ecological democracy, this unique book is essential for anyone who cares about conserving our environment for the future.
Franz J. Broswimmer is a Research Specialist at the Globalisation Research Center, University of Hawai'i, Manoa. His academic fields of expertise include environmental sociology, social theory, and globalisation. He has published several articles in academic social science journals. He is the author of Ecocide: A Short History of the Mass Extinction of Species (Pluto, 2002).
1. The Human Odyssey: From Biological To Cultural Evolution
2. Problematic Society-Nature Relations Before The Modern Era
3. The Modern Assault On Nature: The Making Of Ecocide
4. The Planet As Sacrifice Zone
5. Ecocide And Globalization
Epilogue: Living In The Age Of Ecocide
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