|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages -331) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| The green agenda in a hyperpartisan America -- It wasn't always this way : a brief history of conversation and the Right -- What went wrong : the Great Estrangement -- The ultimate wedge issue : climate change -- Market fundamentalism : the antienvironmental orthodoxy of the Right -- Uneasy about growth : the anticapitalist tendency in environmentalism -- The Green Movement in fifty -- Getting to green, step one : reconnecting Conservatives with conservation -- Is Conservative environmentalism really possible? -- Getting to green, step two : a philosophy that puts people first -- Getting the green, step three : reforming the Green Movement -- A model for Center Green : the Last Trust Movement in America -- Center Green -- Center Green on the headline issues : hydro-fracturing the Keystone -- Getting to green : what you can do.
|| "An international corporate lawyer and environmental leader, with a clear understanding of past failures and a realistic view of the future, argues that progress on environmental issues is within reach and presents a pragmatic and non-ideological program that is rooted in the way America is, not in a utopian vision of what it could become,"--NoveList.