Environmentalism in Central and Southeastern Europe: by Hrvoje Petrić,Ivana Žebec Šilj,Ivan Brlić,Anita Tonković

By Hrvoje Petrić,Ivana Žebec Šilj,Ivan Brlić,Anita Tonković Bušljeta,Selçuk Dursun,Roman Holec,Katarina Polajnar Horvat,Vladimir Lay,Vine Mihaljević,Jelena Mrgić,Luigi Piccioni,Milica Prokić,Jelena Puđak,Dorin Ioan Rus,Martin Schmid,Angelika Schoder,Vaso Sei

Consisting of 12 chapters, the ebook provides the increase and improvement of environmentalism, environmental historical past as a self-discipline, and the background of environmental hobbies within the important and South jap ecu zone from a global element of view.

The chapters—written by means of students from Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Slovakia, Romania, Serbia, Greece and Turkey—cover quite a lot of issues together with the production of secure parts, expanding environmental awareness, the evolution of humanity’s dating towards the surroundings, and perceptions of environmentalism by way of assorted disciplines.

This overseas method highlights the region’s advanced improvement from the top of the eighteenth century throughout the 20th century, with its distinctive mixture of traditions. 3 traditionally varied traditions—the Habsburg, Ottoman and Venetian—converge in imperative and South jap Europe, and this ebook emphasizes the subtleties of those occasionally intertwined traditions.

The concentration of the booklet varies in line with either different geographical environments attribute of the quarter and the protagonists who actively participated in altering relationships towards the surroundings. although, what doesn't range and is usual to the entire chapters is the old procedure, because the technique has continuity, which the e-book accentuates.

In geographical phrases, the zone that's the concentration of the ebook, relevant and South japanese Europe, is the touch region of the Alps, Danube, Adriatic and partly the North japanese Mediterranean Sea. all through historical past, it was once additionally the touch sector of the Habsburg, Ottoman and Venetian traditions. these realities have led to a distinct mixing and intertwining of traditions and, consequently, relationships with and perceptions of the environment.

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