October 7, 2011

Can York Take Enviro Cause Beyond White Middle Class?

Guardian UK, Guardian News


americanprogress.org

The belief that the natural environment should be championed, cared for and protected is now widely accepted by nearly all sections of society. Over the last five decades environmental groups such as Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and the Worldwide Fund for Nature have successfully campaigned to raise environmental awareness. . .

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TAGGED: UK environmental policy, Local Agenda 21, climate change, United Kingdom, University of York, Environmentalism, Guardian News

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