Preface. Part I: Old Imperatives, New Hopes: .
1. Ecology without Consciousness is Body without Soul.
2. Ecology and Democracy.
3. Political Ecology and the Workers' Movement: Similarities and Differences.
4. The Rise and Fall of Economic Liberalism.
5. Ecology as Post-Socialist Economic Logic.Part II: International and Worldwide Perspectives:.
6. From Garden to Planet.
7. A Modest Internationalism.
8. The North-South Divide: Reality or Outmoded Concept?.
9. The Rio Conference and New North-South Relations.
10. Pro-Europe Means Anti-Maastricht.
11. And Now, A Fresh Start.Part III: A New Political Force:.
12. Greens and Others.
13. Political Ecology: The Urgent Task.
Alain Lipietz, Political Economist, Centres d'Etudes Prospectives d'Economie et Mathematiques Appliquees a la Planification.
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