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Author Derber, Charles.

Title Greed to green : solving climate change and remaking the economy / Charles Derber
Published Boulder, Colo. : Paradigm Publishers, [2010]
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Description 1 online resource (iv, 268 pages)
Contents Introduction : Capitalism's time bomb and the fierce urgency of now -- Brain and belly : scientific, popular, and gut truths -- Scientists united : the climatic consensus -- The x-rated truth : tipping points and points of no return -- The new greening of America : truth and truth gaps in an awakening public -- The new denial of death : the psychology of pale green -- Boomers and millennials : generational truth and denial -- The denial regime : Exxon, the GOP, and the official doubting Thomases -- Good timing : economic meltdown and regime change at home -- Blind markets : how capitalism creates climate change -- The 90 percent solution : how to change Wall Street, energy firms, and the corporate system -- The green American dream : living more with less -- Through and after depression : how long-term climate change solutions are the best medicine for our four other biggest short-term crises -- The west and the rest : one : why it takes a global village to cool the world -- The west and the rest : two : green globalization and a global new deal -- And along came Obama : yes, we can! -- Blessed unrest revisited : existential threats and reinvention of social movements -- Making a life and making history : from bowling alone to bowling green
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Capitalism -- Environmental aspects -- United States
Climatic changes -- Economic aspects.
Environmental policy -- Economic aspects.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2009026416
ISBN 1317258568