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Ulvila Marko & Pasanen Jarna (eds.) : Sustainable Futures – Replacing Growth Imperative and Hierarchies with Sustainable Ways
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Das Asit: The World Food Crisis, Agrarian Distress and the Question of Sustainable Agriculture in the Age of Changing Climates
PUBLISHER: South Asian Dialogues on Ecological Democracy (SADED) PRICE: FREE
Friends of the Earth Europe and other organisations : Arcelormittal
PUBLISHER: Friends of the Earth International PRICE: FREE
Laitila Anastasia et al. (eds.) : Wild Forests: Making Sense with People
PUBLISHER: Siemenpuu Foundation PRICE: FREE
Tammilehto Olli: The Effects of the Production and Consumption Patterns of Industrialised Countries on the Environment in the South
PUBLISHER: Coalition for Environment & Development PRICE: FREE
Keith Lierre: The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice and Sustainability
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Agarwal Manmohan (Ed.) : India’s Economic Future
PUBLISHER: Social Science Press PRICE: 14.50 E
Cox Laurence: How do we keep going? Activist burnout and personal sustainability in social movements
Esa Salminen, Kirsi Salonen, Miia Toikka (eds.) : Development Cooperation Today
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Gramsci in Mayo: a Marxist perspective on social movements in Ireland
The question of how to understand the national and regional peculiarities of social movement organising was central to Gramsci’s thought.