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(PDF) New Ecology of Power: Julian and Aldous Huxley in the Cold War

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

A global contamination zone: early Cold War planning for environmental warfare Jacob Darwin Hamblin; 4. Series Title: Responsibility: edited by J. The end of the Cold War: a turning point in environmental history? Cambridge University Press, 2010, Pages 279-300. The third section on environmentalisms is the shortest and least cohesive, but instructive nonetheless. Creating Cold War climates: the laboratories of American globalism Matthew Farish; 3. Her books include Ostforschung in Westdeutschland 2007 and Reise ohne Wiederkehr 2009. The E-mail message field is required.

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Environmental histories of the Cold War (Book, 2010) [r1ch4rd.net]

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

Most Cold War history entirely overlooks this rise of environmentalism and the crescendo of environmental change. Creating Cold War climates: the laboratories of American globalism Matthew Farish; 3. . Jednak Cambridge University Press znane jest g┼é├│wnie z edycji podr─Öcznik├│w do nauki j─Özyka angielskiego jako obcego, w ponad 170 krajach autoryzuje programy edukacyjne i egzaminy oraz certyfikacj─Ö umiej─Ötno┼Ťci j─Özykowych uczni├│w w ka┼╝dym wieku i r├│┼╝nych poziomach umiej─Ötno┼Ťci. Yet Soviet engineers claimed that centralized planning ensured a desirable exploitation of nature for maximum productivity and with minimum ecological harm.

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(PDF) New Ecology of Power: Julian and Aldous Huxley in the Cold War

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

Environmental Histories of the Cold War review Environmental Histories of the Cold War review Eardley-Pryor, Roger. Meanwhile, modern climate models confirm that the 1980s predictions of nuclear winter effects were, if anything, underestimates. Humanities Foundation Award, Boston University Humanities Foundation, 2007. The role of experts as agents and advocates of using the environment as a weapon in the Cold War or, contrastingly, of preventing environmental damage resulting from Cold War politics is also given broad attention. Bryan's analysis of the policy debates in the 1890s is a valuable contribution, demonstrating how distinctly national interests prevailed in decisions on when and how to join the international gold standard. When the cold war ended in 1992, the likelihood of a superpower nuclear conflict greatly decreased.

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Richard Samuel Deese ┬╗ General Studies

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

Environmental history, too, is broadened by taking modern warfare into account. McNeill and Corinna Unger, eds. His books include The Mountains of the Mediterranean World Cambridge University Press, 1992 , Something New under the Sun 2000 , The Human Web 2003 , and Mosquito Empires Cambridge University Press, 2010. Kristine Harper and Ronald Doel describe how President Lyndon Johnson pursued weather control to strengthen ties with non-aligned India. She is currently working on a study titled Modernization in Theory and Practice: American and German Aid to India, 1947-1980.

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Environmental histories of the cold war

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

Copyright c 2011 by Clio-online, 'Connections', and the author, all rights reserved. Within this long history, the proposals for constructing a democratic federation on a world scale that emerged in response to the advent of nuclear weapons in the mid-twentieth century deserve special examination. The European propagation of gold standard beliefs, promoting the creation of independent central banks as autonomous institutions to guarantee currency stability, remains an area for further research into the unequal relations between European and developing countries. The European propagation of gold standard beliefs, promoting the creation of independent central banks as autonomous institutions to guarantee currency stability, remains an area for further research into the unequal relations between European and developing countries. Geopolitics and the Environment: 6. Her books include Ostforschung in Westdeutschland 2007 and Reise ohne Wiederkehr 2009. A curtain of silence: Asia's fauna in the Cold War Greg Bankoff; 8.

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Rezension zu: J. R. McNeill u.a. (Hrsg.): Environmental Histories of the Cold War

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

Yet few of these projects fulfilled expectations, weakened by instability in host countries and limited consultation with locals. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 pp. The twelve well-researched essays in this collection make a valuable contribution to environmental and Cold War history by exploring obvious and not-so-apparent ways in which these two fields overlap. Development aid agencies as channels for american hydro-technocracy after world war iiLeverage against socialism in the arab world: the aswan dam on the nile; Checking stalinism: the dez dam in iran; Introducing modernity: the helmand valley project in afghanistan; Dams for peace: david lilienthal and the indus basin; The mekong river: development visions and environmental critics; Conclusions; Part ii Geopolitics and the Environment; 6 Environmental Impacts of Nuclear Testing in Remote Oceania, 1946-1996; Nuclear testing in remote oceania by the united states. The E-mail message field is required. In light of recent advances in communication technology, some of these proposals have become more plausible, and may offer new tools for addressing the problem of climate change in the twenty-first century.

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Publications of the German Historical Institute: Environmental Histories of the Cold War : Professor J. R. McNeill : 9781107694354

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

By underscoring points of convergence between the Cold War and environmental history, this volume identifies new areas of research. The role of experts as agents and advocates of using the environment as a weapon in the Cold War or, contrastingly, of preventing environmental damage resulting from Cold War politics is also given broad attention. La posterior creaci├│n del Parque abri├│ la puerta a nuevos desencuentros entre diversos modos de entender el conservacionismo y entre diferentes categorizaciones cient├şficas del territorio de Do├▒ana. Environmental diplomacy in the Cold War: weather control, the United States, and India, 1966-1967 Kristine Harper and Ronald E. The Cold War, they note, produced unintended environmental consequences.

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(PDF) New Ecology of Power: Julian and Aldous Huxley in the Cold War

environmental histories of the cold war mcneill j r unger corinna r

Revisiting Spaceship Earth may help us to better understand the implicit assumptions that have both empowered and limited that movement. Environmental change accelerated sharply during the Cold War years, and so did environmentalism as both a popular movement and a scientific preoccupation. The evolution of this metaphor uncovers the connections between Cold War technologies such as nuclear weapons, space travel and cybernetics, and the birth of the first global environmentalist movement. Description: 1 online resource 376 pages. Atmospheric nuclear weapons testing and the debate on risk knowledge in Cold War America, 1945-1963 Toshihiro Higuchi; 12.

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