The conservation revolution : radical ideas for saving nature beyond the anthropocene / Bram Büscher and Robert Fletcher.
- London ; New York : Verso, 2020.
viii, 216 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Nature conservation -- Philosophy.
- "Conservation needs a revolution. This is the only way it can contribute to the drastic transformations needed to come to a truly sustainable model of development. The good news is that conservation is ready for revolution. Heated debates about the rise of the Anthropocene and the current 'sixth extinction' crisis demonstrate an urgent need and desire to move beyond mainstream approaches. Yet the conservation community is deeply divided over where to go from here. Some want to place 'half earth' into protected areas. Others want to move away from parks to focus on unexpected and 'new' natures. Many believe conservation requires full integration into capitalist production processes. Building on a razor-sharp critique of current conservation proposals and their contradictions, Büscher and Fletcher argue that the Anthropocene challenge demands something bigger, better and bolder. Something truly revolutionary. They propose convivial conservation as the way forward. This approach goes beyond protected areas and faith in markets to incorporate the needs of humans and nonhumans within integrated and just landscapes. Theoretically astute and practically relevant, The Conservation Revolution offers a manifesto for conservation in the twenty-first century - a clarion call that cannot be ignored"-- Provided by publisher.
- Conservation in the anthropocene
The change capitalism makes
Intermezzo : the sea of alternatives
Towards convivial conservation
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Fletcher, Robert, 1973- author.
- Other format:
- Online version: Büscher, Bram, 1977- Conservation revolution.
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