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by Robert Paehlke

  • Author: Robert Paehlke
  • ISBN: 1897071396
  • ISBN13: 978-1897071397
  • ePub: 1370 kb | FB2: 1486 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Between the Lines (April 30, 2008)
  • Pages: 168
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Some Like It Cold plunges headlong into the political conundrum of Canada's climatechange debate. Focusing on the past responses of both Liberal and Conservative governmentsto the looming crisis-ranging from negligence to complicity and connivance-Paehlke illuminatesthe issues surrounding compliance with global regulations such as Kyoto, includingthe dilemma of tar sands development. Some Like It Cold plunges headlong into the political conundrum of Canada's climatechange debate.

Robert Paehlke, Douglas Torgerson. Managing Leviathan : environmental politics and the administrative state. Paehlke, Robert C. Some like it cold: the politics of climate change in Canada. Between the Lines, 2008. Articles, a selection. "Environmental values and public policy. Environmental Policy . (2000): 77-97. Eyerman, Ron, and Andrew Jamison. Social movements: A cognitive approach.

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Robert Paehlke is a political scientist and Professor Emeritus of Environmental and Resource Studies .

Robert Paehlke is a political scientist and Professor Emeritus of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University. He is the author of: Some like It Cold: the Politics of Climate Change in Canada (2008); Democracy’s Dilemma: Environment, Social Equity and the Global Economy (MIT Press, 2004), a book on sustainability in a global age; and Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics (Yale UP, 1991).

Some like it Cold: The Politics of Climate Change in Canada. Tar Sands Showdown: Canada and the New Politics of Oil in an Age of Climate Change. The Alberta economic juggernaut: the boom on the rose. The state and province building: Alberta’s development strategy.

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According to Robert Paehlke, professor emeritus of environmental and resource studies and political science at Trent University, Canada’s record on greenhouse gas reduction is dismal. After years of talking the talk, we are not walking the walk. Canada’s failure to act effectively with regard to climate change is symptomatic of a fractured and flawed democracy, he writes in Some Like It Cold, adding that our country is highly prone to the pull of regional power and to weak and ineffective national governments. Canada should be an example to the world, Paehlke believes.

Robert C. Paehlke, author of "Some Like It Cold" "Climate, Culture, Change shows eloquently how climate change undermines the ecology of the North an. Paehlke, author of "Some Like It Cold". This book is a must read for anyone interested in how we can make the cultural leap needed to solve our present climate crisis.

Some Like It Cold plunges headlong into the political conundrum of Canada's climatechange debate. Focusing on the past responses of both Liberal and Conservative governmentsto the looming crisis-ranging from negligence to complicity and connivance-Paehlke illuminatesthe issues surrounding compliance with global regulations such as Kyoto, includingthe dilemma of tar sands development. But he also lays out crucial political steps that could, if taken, lead towards a solution.While he presents a potentially positive projection for the future, Paehlke is not afraid topoint a finger at Canada's fractured and flawed democracy-demonstrating that the country'sambivalence is our biggest hindrance to joining the international quest to move forward onthis unparalleled global challenge.
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