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by David Cromwell

Author: David Cromwell
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Jon Carpenter Publishing (April 1, 2002)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.5
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Climate scientist and green activist David Cromwell examines how and why the forces of globalization are opposing ecological sustainability, human rights, and social justice, and draws on examples from around the world to show what we can do to reverse the process.

Private Planet makes a provocative and important contribution to the development of alternatives. David Cromwell is an oceanographer at the Southampton Oceanography Centre in the United Kingdom and has worked for Shell International as an exploration geophysicist. -Barry Coates, director of the World Development Movement. Private Planet makes a provocative and important contribution to the development of alternatives.

In their 1988 book 'Manufacturing Consent - The Political Economy of the Mass Media', Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky introduced their 'propaganda model' of the media.

Climate scientist and green activist David Cromwell examines how and why the forces of globalization are opposing ecological sustainability, human rights, and social justice, and draws on examples from around the world to show what we can do to reverse the process. He makes the point that centralized state and corporate power is vulnerable to significant grassroots awareness and activism.

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Surviving Climate Change: The Struggle to Avert Global Catastrophe. by David Cromwell, Mark Levene. ISBN 9780745325675 (978-0-7453-2567-5) Softcover, Pluto Press, 2007. Coauthors & Alternates.

by David Edwards and David Cromwell, Pluto Press (2006). Private Planet; Corporate Plunder and the Fight Back. by David Cromwell, Jon Carpenter (2001). Topics covered: Media. Want to purchase a copy? ( About this). Topics covered: Economics.

David Cromwell (born 1962) is a British media campaigner and oceanographer. Cromwell was born in Glasgow. His mother was a practising Catholic while his father was an activist and communist sympathiser. He spent his formative years in Barrhead and, mostly, Cumbernauld and graduated from the University of Glasgow with a degree in physics and astronomy.

24 pages, no illustrations. Images Additional images. Oceanographer Cromwell unravels the effects of economic globalisation on human rights and the environment, drawing on examples of resistance from around the world. Publisher: Jon Carpenter. 24 pages, no illustrations. Bestsellers in Environmental Economics. Protect or Plunder? £1. 9. Economics of the Environment. Conflict Over Environmental Regulation in the United States.

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Not quite, when you read Private Planet-Corporate Plunder and the Fight Back, this veritable eye-opener by the British oceanographer, David Cromwell. As Cromwell points out: "The demonisation of enemies is useful, essential even, in justifying strategic geopolitical manoeuvring and the defence of corporate interests around the world, while mollifying home-based critics of such behaviour.

Climate scientist and green activist David Cromwell examines how and why the forces of globalization are opposing ecological sustainability, human rights, and social justice, and draws on examples from around the world to show what we can do to reverse the process. He makes the point that centralized state and corporate power is vulnerable to significant grassroots awareness and activism. This book's solutions offer ample cause for hope and cautious optimism.