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Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Reform Movement Socio-Economic Consequences of Sustainable Development Relationship between Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Class and Environmental Consciousness
Historical Development Early Preservationists Organizations Rise of Environmental Consciousness Alternative Environmental Projects Emergence of Environmental Militancy
Key Moments Henry D. Thoreau publishes Walden (1854) Battle of Hetch Hetchy Dam (1913-23) Founding of the National Park System (1916) New Deal establishes soil and water conservation districts Publication of Silent Spring (1962) First Earth Day (1970) Earth Firstís Anti-Logging Campaign (1985-87) U.S. Fails To Ratify Kyoto Protocol (1997)
Intersection of Environmentalism with Other Reform Movements Environmentalism and Animal Rights
Future of Reform Movement Debate Over Perceived Resource Shortages and Environmental Degradation and the Appropriate Solutions
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