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    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Oxford : Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 9780192537454
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 196 Seiten) , Diagramme
    Edition: First edition
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Dryzek, John S., 1953 - The politics of the anthropocene
    DDC: 304.2
    Keywords: Nature-Effect of human beings on ; Nature ; Effect of human beings on ; Electronic books ; Anthropozän ; Umweltschutz ; Umweltpolitik
    Abstract: This is a book about how politics, government - and much else - needs to change in response to the transition from the Holocene to the Anthropocene, the emerging epoch of human-induced instability in the Earth system and its life-support capacities.
    Abstract: Cover -- The Politics of the Anthropocene -- Copyright -- PREFACE -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF FIGURES -- ABBREVIATIONS -- 1: Anthropocene: the good, the bad, and the inescapable -- The Anthropocene -- Bad Anthropocene -- Good Anthropocene -- Inescapable Anthropocene -- The social disciplines respond, questionably -- Addressing the Anthropocene -- Preview -- Conclusion -- 2: Governance in the Holocene -- History lessons -- Holocene institutions -- Pathological path dependency in Holocene institutions -- Adaptive institutions: better but not good enough -- Requiem for Holocene governance -- 3: Governance in the Anthropocene -- Ecological reflexivity -- WHAT ABOUT RESILIENCE? -- Reflexivity versus path dependency in global climate governance: did Paris make a difference? -- Can reflexivity be triggered by ecological crisis or must it be cultivated? -- ARE STATE SHIFTS AND CRITICAL JUNCTURES IN THE EARTH SYSTEM SUFFICIENT TO TRIGGER REFLEXIVITY? -- THE NEED FOR FORESIGHT AND THE ANTICIPATION OF STATE SHIFTS -- Building reflexive governance: models versus processes -- WHY INSTITUTIONAL MODELS WON'T SUFFICE -- THINKING IN TERMS OF PROCESSES OF CHANGE, NOT MODELS -- WHERE TO START REBUILDING INSTITUTIONS FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE -- Conclusion -- APPENDIX: PROCEDURE AND SUBSTANCE IN ECOLOGICAL REFLEXIVITY -- 4: Planetary justice -- Can justice survive the Anthropocene? -- DOES THE IDEA OF THE ANTHROPOCENE SUPPRESS JUSTICE? -- SHOULD WE RETREAT FROM SOCIAL JUSTICE TO INDIVIDUAL VIRTUE? -- ARE EXISTING THEORIES OF JUSTICE SUFFICIENT? -- ARE HOLOCENE CONCEPTIONS OF JUSTICE PART OF THE PROBLEM? -- From environmental justice to planetary justice -- The reach of planetary justice -- JUSTICE BEYOND NATIONAL BORDERS -- JUSTICE ACROSS GENERATIONS -- JUSTICE FOR NON-HUMANS -- Responsibility for planetary justice -- IS RESPONSIBILITY TO ACT INDIVIDUAL OR COLLECTIVE?.
    Note: Description based on print version record
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