Klaus Bosselmann: When Two Worlds Collide: Society and Ecology
RSVP, Auckland, 1995. First Edition. Binding: Softcover (with flaps). Book Condition: Near Fine Condition. Size: 21cm x 15cm. 365 pages. Very light soiling to outside edges of text block. Very light shelf and edge wear to covers. Very small amount of cover celloglaze bubbling along front cover spine fold. Dr. Klaus Bosselmann, founder of the Institute for Environmental Law in Bremen and teacher of environmental, international and comparative law, posits that modern society is on a collision course with the natural order. In this book, he asks whether ecological catastrophe and the demise of the human species can be avoided. There is still time, he believes, but only if we transform the human relationship with nature by changing the pillars of western thought. ‘When Two Worlds Collide’ shows how this can be achieved. It provides the ethical, political and legal framework for a sustainable society. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: .62 kilos. ISBN: 0959794832. ISBN/EAN: 9780959794830. Inventory No: 0000484.
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